Cassidy Miller didn't kill her husband. And now that a jury has found her not guilty, she's on a mission to find out who did. But it's not going to be easy - in a town full of people who believe she's a murderer, hounded by a reporter trying to make a name for herself, and facing a daughter who doesn't know what to believe, Cassidy must fight for every clue to the killer's real identity. As her investigation leads her closer to the truth, she discovers that playing detective is a dangerous game... and the danger may be closer to home than anyone realized. Written by
Guilty until proven innocent
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The suicide note on the nightstand read: Cassidy and Lucy, I'm sorry for everything I've put you through. Everything that has happened is my fault. I screwed up and I hope you can forgive me for all of the pain, suffering, and lies that came out of my indiscretions. I was greedy reckless and unfaithful. I don't deserve you anymore.
Please remember that I've always loved you and always will. This is the only way to make all of the pain and lies stop. Scott will be able to take care of you after I'm gone. everything will be alright.
I love you.
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A large mob is shown protesting outside the courthouse in opposition to the main character, who is on trial for killing her husband. It is unlikely such a crowd would exist, since the murder victim was a convicted felon having embezzled money from investors. Large crowds such as these appear outside of trials where a child has been killed or there is a racial angle. See more