Lynette Walker has never made any mistake in her life but when her wealthy husband is kidnapped and they found him dead her life begins to unravel at an alarming rate. The authority accused her of the killing and sending her to death row. Playing these double games of deep-thinking, she begins to create a monastic world before her lawyer, despite Lawyer Rodriguez’ advice to confess all what she knows about the killing for which somehow the lawyer believes she knows who has killed her husband. She holds back when she places herself literarily inside Nancy Rodriguez’s head and proceeds cautiously.
Confidently, she begins to seduce Romero Lamas, then Edgar Kessler, both detectives, which she is able to manipulate Detective Kessler to kill his partner Romero Lamas. Clearing the ways to destroy evidences Edgar discovers a past of raping and violence, most importantly, revenge to the man who has lied to Lynette when she was just a teen.
Enjoys and seeks out the truth, Lynette creates then an introspective, almost devious games in front of each one of them, to find witnesses who will be able to come further and to convince the judge she is an innocent. She is a thoroughbred and unobjectionably flirtatious to her lawyer first, then second to Edgar.
Throughout her investigation, Nancy Rodriguez finally believes she is an innocent and someone has killed Hector, Lynette’s husband, and that there is another killer, but Lynette’s sexual attraction has brought up another avenue to comprehend before Nancy there is more, much more.
Having her now sized, Lynette confesses her that she has been arguing with her husband Hector that night. She went outside of the house to refresh her head for a while and ended up in a bar. In the bar she found David Fernstrom, a past lover and she slept with him.
Expanding at both sides, one from Edgar’s perspective and the other from Nancy Rodriguez, they perceive David’s name has come up as two-faced lovers, with whom Nancy, then Edgar believed the man was who has pulled string on Lynette’s husband, Hector.
Nancy goes through the usual speculation that David was jealous, accompanied by some retrospective pain, he confronts Hector and wants to make him to pay what he has done with Lynette.
Lynette makes Nancy to believe that was what happened and from the moment she could stand up and faces the last battle in court, all witnesses who are ready to testify against her and the man who raped her and left her breeding, she indeed has made them to pay for what they have done to her.
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About the Author
George Zamalea is a graduated student with degrees in Literature, Philosophy and History. Mr. Zamalea Lived in Spain, France, Italy, and Brazil. He received a recipient of Creative Writing & Language in USA. Awards: First place of the 2011 International Latino Book Awards in the category of Best Spiritual / New Age book in English with the Six Seasonal Amendments, A Hispanic Inspiration. He is a member of the Academy of American Poets, Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators, Latino Now, NALIP, Writing & Nonsense Club and American Hispanic in Journalism. His publications and literary journals include the Screech Owl, and others. He is currently working on Animal. He Lives in Rosamond, California.