When Frank Mustell received the posthumous "My Life" from his ex-student, Bess Bigelow, he didn't know what to expect. What he got--other than good writing--was an unbelievable autobiography of child abuse, familial power, battles, and singular determination.
Bess undergoes a remarkable transformation from victim to victor.
But when her story stops inexplicably in mid-stream, Frank suspects foul play. He puts himself in harm's way to discover the truth about Bess's death. The truth is more devastating than even Frank could have imagined.