ďIíve found the only thing I can control is how well I tell the story and follow the truth. . . . The truth will always lead you to a good place.Ē
Truman Wiley used to report news stories around the world, but now the troubling headlines are his own. Heís out of work and out of touch with his family, but nothing keeps him awake at night more than his sonís failing heart.
With hospital bills mounting faster than Truman can gamble his life savings, it seems thereís no way out . . . until his estranged wife throws him a lifelineóthe chance to write the story of a death row inmate willing to donate his heart to Trumanís son.
As the execution clock ticks, Truman uncovers disturbing evidence that may point to a different killer. For his son to live, must an innocent man die? As Trumanís investigation escalates, heís forced to face his failures and make a choice that will change his life, his family, and the destinies of two men forever.
Good but sad| Posted July 03, 2012
This is the second man-on-death-row-is-he-innocent? book I've read recently. (The other was Randy Singer's "The Last Plea Bargain") I thought this was well-written, but sad too. There's two twists I never saw coming.