Megan's brother Danny is dead, killed in an apparent robbery in a bar. It seems like a terrible but simple case of mistaken identity, of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. But as the truth comes out, Megan realizes that Danny was "known to police." He was in much deeper than she realized, and the police are not motivated to solve the crime. As Megan watches her family self-destruct, she decides she has to find the truth. But the truth is hard to come by, and there are people who will kill to keep it hidden.
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This is a short but very well done book about a teen whose older brother is shot and killed in a bar. The book follows the teen's feelings as he begins to find out that his brother was a drug dealer ... Read full review
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angry bartender says Beth Goobie bouncer brother Caitlin Carter cell phone Chapter comes count the number Danny died Danny was known Danny was shot Danny’s Detective Rossetti says Detective Rossetti’s business Detective Rossetti’s phone don’t want Eric Walters eyes face family room father looks father says feel front door front hall funeral glances grabs hear my father heavyset I’m sorry I’ve isn’t Jehovah’s Witnesses killed Danny kitchen Megan Meggie morning mother says mother’s newspaper nice night nods Norah McClintock okay Orca parents phone rings Rossetti’s phone number shakes his head Shannon’s she’s smile someone sorry sound stand stay stop street surprised tell my father tell the police There’s thing Titch says told tray turns upstairs Vicki Grant voice mail walk want to talk wasn’t whoever killed won’t wonder Yeah you’re