When We Were Worthy by Marybeth Mayhew Whalen. Published by Lake Union

In a small Southern town, high school football is everything. Locals gather every weekend to cheer on their boys. One night after an awe-inspiring victory, a car crash kills three of the teams cheerleaders. The boy in the other car is immediately blamed in the court of public opinion. The town becomes a battleground as friends become enemies and people take sides about who is to blame. Four people, the mother of on of the dead girls, a cheerleader who should have been in the car, the mother of the boy behind the wheel and a substitute teacher with a shocking secret are at the center of this tumultuous tale. For fans of Jodi Piccoult

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