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Sin in The Big Easy

by Elizabeth McCourt

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Twenty-seven-year-old Abby Callahan moved to New Orleans to escape her past screw-ups in her small hometown. While out running, she sees a woman who had been raped and discarded, like trash. Abby finds herself selfishly pursuing the case to help her career, even though the victim is reluctant. The trial starts, the judge is suddenly arrested, but Abby is pulled back to New York when her father commits suicide. Managing her grief and complicated family dynamics, she tries both to rekindle and remedy her old romances. But she is pulled back to The Big Easy when her client goes missing. As more girls turn up dead--with Abby as their common connection--Abby decides to play detective with her journalist friend Jill Lejeune. Abby feels responsible to find her client alive, even as she comes to terms with her past mistakes, including how her lies allowed someone else to go to prison. Abby discovers she's in over her head when Jill is beaten because she's been mistaken for Abby. She wonders if everyone in her life is connected to this case. Abby seems to be the only one committed to finding the truth and decides to stop listening to everyone before she ends up at the morgue. A last-ditch call to the FBI and a rendezvous at the shipping warehouse lead Abby to one last dangerous situation where she finds out betrayal was in front of her the whole time.… (more)
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