The Woman at No. 13 by C. K. Williams
A doctor is jailed for a crime she didn't commit.
A town is enraged.
Angry men with guns.
A priest caught in the middle.
Who will reveal the truth?
A doctor has to protect her patient's confidentiality. But, when a town finds out the circumstances of a young woman's murder, they all turn against the doctor. Everything the doctor has done becomes scrutinized after she is jailed for the murder.
When she calls her friend to get her from jail, they had no idea of what was to come.
Threats, attacks, and another friend, the priest, is caught in the middle. When the situation becomes even more dangerous, is anyone in the town safe?
The Woman at No. 13 is my first book by C. K. Williams. I enjoyed the book, but it wasn't as much of a page turner as expected. But, great main characters, great story line, and very well-written. Highly recommended! Four stars.
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