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Offensive Charge

Stephanie Hartung

Publisher: TouchPoint Press

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Summary

Even good-girls are capable of doing bad things...

 
Tatum
Williams is famous for killing it on
the court.  She has a pile of recruitment
letters and full-ride scholarship to prove it. However, after the rival
new-girl turns up dead in the trunk of her car following a rained-out Team
Night, she’s forced to swap her Lady Bulldog jersey with an orange jumpsuit
branded with the ominous Death Row insignia. A shocking toxicology report,
traumatized witnesses, and a strong motive leave little hope of freedom for the
All-American girl turned inmate.

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