Teenager Kaitlyn Wolfe, of First Nations descent, almost died in a racially motivated drugging. To her dismay, the perpetrator only received probation. However, Kaitlyn overcomes this tragedy, as well as growing up without her father–a policeman killed in the line of duty–to graduate as a lawyer, then to become an Assistant Crown Attorney. Hired as a prosecutor, in Vaughan, Ontario, Kaitlyn faces off with defense attorney Maxine Swayman over two related cases: one a murder and the second a failed armed robbery. Her opponent is known as the “barracuda” and is the defense attorney who successfully defended the racist who nearly killed her. Sparks fly as Kaitlyn Wolfe and Maxine Swayman wrangle over cases in court. Avenging her father’s murder is the farthest thing from her mind when Kaitlyn Wolfe is assigned the prosecution of the armed robbers. In court, Kaitlyn is suddenly interrogating the man who mercilessly murdered her dad. Will she rescue herself or send him to prison?
Jacqui Morrison, author, marketer and adult educator hails from northern Ontario.
In 2008, her fictional novel, Kaitlyn Wolfe, Crown Attorney Revised and Edition was released by Lachesis Publishing. In May 2009, she was awarded the Gold IPPY medal for Best Fiction for Central and Eastern Canada for this novel.
In the summer of 2009, she released a young adult novel called: Terri’s Journey – The Colour of Rain through Pine & Granite Press.
In August 2005, she both contributed to and published an anthology called The Sound a Dream Makes and Writings from Home and Away.
In 2011, Jacqui Morrison became the Writer in Residence at the Parry Sound Public Library.
She has facilitated courses in writing for community groups, Canadore College in Parry Sound, and groups of youth.
Jacqui is currently working on the editing of her second novel through the publisher Lachesis Publishing entitled Oddly Accused.
Jacqui is the proud owner of a three legged Golden Retriever.
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