Caged Innocence

Caged Innocence

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Baker & Taylor
Teenager Larry Henderson is the prime suspect in the murder of a Klansman, and though he claims to be helping him prove his innocence, Larry's police officer father may be setting his son up for the murder to keep suspicion away from him.

Simon and Schuster
Now in mass market paperback: A teenager, determined to end the reign of his abusive, alcoholic father, ends up accused of a murder he didn’t commit.

A noted Klansman, Miran Thompson, has been killed, and the prime suspect in his murder case is seventeen-year-old Larry Henderson. Complicating matters, Larry’s father, Officer Perry Henderson, is deeply involved in the case.

To the casual observer, the evidence against Larry is overwhelming. Perry realized that the only chance his son stands of getting a death sentence overturned is to plead guilty to the crime and try and win the sympathy of the jury and get a verdict of life in prison instead.

At least, that’s what people are led to believe, but are Perry’s motivations so pure? The father and son’s turbulent past has created a deep rift between them, and Perry is afraid of the teen’s repeated promises for vengeance. Believing he is being set up for murder, Perry instead aims the evidence at his own son, allowing him to take the fall—but will his scheme succeed, or will Larry be proven innocent?


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