By Barbara Delinsky
Based Sabrina Stone speaks with investigative reporter Derek McGill for just a couple of minutes, however it is lengthy adequate to inform her all that she must learn about this being concerned guy. while Derek is convicted of homicide, Sabrina starts a struggle for his freedom.
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