A March from Innocence
C.T. Ferguson is trying to enjoy a vacation. After his last case, he needs one. If the persistent lady from Baltimore would stop calling, it would be much easier. It doesn’t get easier. Back home, C.T. talks to her and agrees to search for her niece, Libby. The troubled girl has been missing for some time. C.T. hunts for the girl from the worst areas of Baltimore to the most rural parts of Maryland. When he encounters a group of terrible men, he knows he’s on the right path. They hide in the shadows of the Internet and prey on the weak and vulnerable.
What does it take to win a Nobel Prize? Deceit? Fraud? Maybe even murder? When she finds a drug that has the potential to treat Alzheimer’s disease, Pam Weller is certain she’s made the discovery of a lifetime. But her success threatens the supremacy of Eric Prescott, a leading figure in Alzheimer’s research, who sees his chances at a Nobel Prize slipping through his fingers. His lust for the prize and the accolades that come with it drive him to concoct a plot against Pam that threatens her career, her freedom, and even her life.