Shallow End by Brenda Chapman. Published by Dundrum

Four years earlier, Jane Chapman was sentenced to jail for molesting a student. The English teacher lost her husband, children, job and freedom. Now, she’s out on parole, living a mean existence in student housing, working for the Salvation Army. When the student she was accused of molesting is found dead shortly after Jane’s release, she becomes the prime suspect and the press and public are screaming for her blood. Cops Kala Stonechild and Paul Gundersund catch the case and while all signs point to Jane as the killer, there is little evidence to back up their beliefs. Chapman tackles a very contentious topic with grace; she also throws in some real surprises in this very readable whodunnit

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