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In the Lonely Hour
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January 26, 2015
by DeSilva, Bruce
Diggs has killed two women and three children. The catch is that he did it as a teenager and will be getting out of the Supermax prison unless officials can figure out a way to keep him in longer. No one doubts that he will kill again, and sooner rather than later. But keeping him in prison legally? Not a leg to stand on. And when The Providence Dispatch’s rookie reporter (also the owner’s son) decides to investigate how the prison has kept Diggs as long as it has, things begin to turn ugly. The clock is ticking; Diggs will be released soon. When the Dispatch, already in financial distress, decides to run the story on how prison officers falsely charged Diggs with crimes in prison to prevent his release, they lose thousands more subscribers and attract radical protestors. Which is more important for a newspaper: publishing the truth, or protecting the society it serves? It’s a dilemma for sure, but DeSilva unflinchingly examines both sides of the debate, all the while weaving together a terrific modern day thriller.
— Recommended by Cheryl Holtsclaw, West Indianapolis Library