Accidents happen. But this was no accident.
On Sale: May 1, 2009
Featuring: Ryan James
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A fallen baseball star must use his new skills as
Boston's king of sports radio to outwit a dangerous caller
and proveâ€”live and on the airâ€”that the hit-and-run that
killed his wife was no accident.
Ryan James once
had it all. With a beautiful wife and a two-year-old
daughter, he was just one minor-league baseball game away
from realizing his lifelong dream of playing in the majors
when the unthinkable happened: his wife, Chelsea, was killed
in a hit-and-run accident while driving to Ryan's last game
of the season.
Years later, Ryan is a popular
"shock jock" at Boston's top-rated sports radio show, doing
his best to raise his daughter alone. But his love for
Chelsea endures, his insomnia persists, and the fact that
the police never found the drunk who ran her off the road
makes closure impossible. Then, on the third anniversary of
Chelsea's death, chilling words from an anonymous tipster
turn the accident into a homicide: "I know who did it."
As the police scramble, Ryan makes a stunning discovery.
The tipâ€”a strangely coded messageâ€”may have come from
Chelsea's own brother, a young man affectionately known as
"Babes," who has an autism-related disorder. But why would
Babes have withheld this information for three years? And
what finally made him come forward anonymously?
demand for answers sends Babes on the run. Through a series
of shocking on-air conversations with Babes, Ryan and Emma
Carlisle, the dedicated prosecutor on the case, unravel a
cover-up that reaches back to the night of Chelsea's death
and that may implicate one of New England's most powerful
families. It's a search that will forever change the lives
of Ryan, Babes, and Emmaâ€”if they live to tell about it.
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