Evelyn Barrett wants to die.
As long as her daughter’s murderer dies with her, she is ready to go. Why did this man — this stranger — destroy her family? Why has he not been brought to justice? Why is she forced to live a life of anger and grief? Amid a million questions she cannot answer, Evelyn knows one thing for sure: this murderer must be punished for his crime. Perhaps the harder lesson is this: the ultimate truth — of crime and verdict, of life and death — cannot be swayed by a mother’s revenge.