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A tale of vengeance and the healing power of love
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An innocent girl is slain. Her brother knows who did it—or does he?
Kevin loses his cool when Mary Alice turns him down for the senior prom.
Her brother, Danny, hears them arguing.
Later that night Mary Alice lies dead in the alley. Danny is furious and determined to make Kevin pay for his crime, but did he do it?
Two Wrongs, originally published in 2006, is a mystery including romance, set in Chicago, in the days when Marshall Field's was still Field's, and Chicago basketball was king. Included are Field's references, such as the Big Tree at Christmastime and ice cream snowmen in the Walnut Room, as well as Frango mints.
Morgan's alma mater, DePaul University, is integrated into the story, as well as other Chicago landmarks, such as Chase Park, St. Vincent DePaul Church and more.
February 12, 1996 – Back when Marshall Field’s wasn’t Macy’s and texting wasn’t popular.
“WHAT’S GOING ON down there?”
Danny Callaway heard the question, but couldn’t answer. His brain froze in the cold February air as he stared at the broken rag doll that had once been his sister, Mary Alice.
In his sixteen years he’d never witnessed death first-hand. Until now.
Mary Alice’s still form lay sprawled against the alley’s cement. Her head stuck out at a crazy angle like the girl in the Exorcist movie.
Hoping against hope, he checked for a pulse at her neck. Nothing. He tried her wrist, but got the same result.
His mind was all jumbled. All he could think of were stupid things, like how he’d heard guys call Mary Alice a prude because she closed the top buttons on her blouse and never wore mini-skirts.
She’d sure be embarrassed not to have anything on at all. Someone had to cover her up and make her look presentable. Maybe Mom could help.
But how could he tell her? A sob tore through his throat. He clamped his mouth shut to keep the bile from rushing out.
Through the shock and pain, one thing remained clear. Kevin would pay for this.