By Walter Mosley
Zella Grisham by no means denied taking pictures her boyfriend. That's no longer why she did 8 years of tough time on a sixteen-year sentence. It's that the taking pictures inadvertently ended in fees of grand robbery. speak about undesirable luck.
Leonid McGill has purposes to think she's blameless. yet reopening the case is just helping unsettle McGill's inner most lifestyles even further—and disclose a relations mystery that's like a kick to the gut.
As the case unfolds, because the fact of what occurred 8 years in the past turns into extra damning and extra complicated than an individual dreamed, McGill and Zella discover that everybody is accountable of whatever, and that typically the sins of the earlier might be too harmful to ever omit. Or ever forgive.
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All I Did Was Shoot My Man (Leonid McGill, Book 4) by Walter Mosley