Rain of Innocence
For six years Ted Hillyer had received anonymous letters from a woman stating she has his child, a child he will never know. Knowing he and his wife will never have a child he enlists the help of his attorney brother Jason to aid in the search for the woman. Jason reluctantly agrees, when he reads the letters and realizes the writer despises his brother. The trail leads him to an unexpected and personal conclusion.
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