On the second day of a week-long class trip, a body is discovered in a motel room. Criminology Professor Marlee McCabe struggles to continue the tour of prisons and juvenile correctional facilities while uncovering the truth behind the life and death of the victim. As she protects her students from harm, Marlee begins to suspect the killer has ties to her university. What steps will the murderer take to hide the truth and prevent Marlee from revealing it?
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Brenda Donelan's books are so interesting to read because not only are you getting a good whodunit, but you're also getting an inside look at how the criminal justice and penal system really works. In this book, the criminology professor who is the protagonist of Donelan's books takes her class on a lengthy field trip to see firsthand how prisons and rehabilitation centers actually operate. The students hear real cases from incarcerated convicts. And along the way, one of her students is murdered, which leads to fascinating detective work, as well as a new love interest.