Rommy "Squirrel" Gandolph says from Death Row that he didn't do commit a crime. A different, now dying prisoner insists he was the one that did! Civil litigator Arthur Raven was awarded the final appeal of Rommy's demise, and itchingly resolves to do his best to save one mans life, and be a hero of sorts, if not for anyone else, for his own self worth, and maybe to jarr his schizophrenic sister Susan's attention to him, just one more time.
The odd's and time run against him, as the original DA defends her stance and political chance at office; the same DA's ex-lover detective who got Rommy to confess, battles to prove he wasn't being hasty; and the Judge who sentenced Squirrel to death steps out of jail herself to hand over the letter that claims there just might be a few reversible errors.
The review of this Book prepared by Wendy