Shadow in the Rain
Helm Publishing: 2007. 274 p.
(paperback) ISBN 978-0-9778205-8

A cub reporter becomes convinced that an innocent man has been convicted of murder. While she tries to untangle the truth of the crime and free him from prison, she is stalked by a killer and also challenged to free herself from her own prison of grief and love again.

Based on an actual crime in Rockford, Illinois, the book includes an addendum by a nationally known, forensics scientist, Arthur Chancellor, who states, "There is not enough evidence--motive,weapon, or witness accountst convict Ted Kuhl."

"This is a must read for those who hope to see changes in the criminal justice system, those who are hoping to see a new trial for Ted Kuhl, imprisoned since 1997, and for any person who is wrongly accused of a crime."


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