All ALLISON wants is to restart her music career. But she violates her parole by hacking into the activist’s website only to realize that she can never reveal the shocking unpublished blog she discovers. Then she sees a body in the fishkill. Her parole officer can never know these things—nor can the boy. Or anyone.
Desperate, Allison urges her troubled ex-boyfriend to help the boy. Because both he and the boy might have lost their parents to warlords, Allison believes they can help each other heal—provided the boy never reads the blog. Though Allison’s freedom is at stake she uncovers a nefarious plot to poison the bay, and is the prime suspect of an avaricious detective who badly wants the activist, and her, out of his way.
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