If your son was on trial for murder, what would you do? Andy Barber's job is to put killers behind bars. And when a boy from his son Jacob's school is found stabbed to death, Andy is doubly determined to find and prosecute the perpetrator. Until a crucial piece of evidence turns up linking Jacob to the murder. And suddenly Andy and his wife find their son accused of being a cold-blooded killer. In the face of every parent's worst nightmare, they will do anything to defend their child. Because, deep down, they know him better than anyone. Don't they?Jacoba#39;s room was cluttered with huge oafishsneakers, a MacBook covered with stickers, an iPod, schoolbooks, paperback novels, shoeboxes filled with old baseball cardsand comic books. In acorner, an Xbox was hooked up to an old TV .
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2012-03-15|