Laura Holland awakes in the middle of the night to see a stranger standing in her bedroom doorway. She manages to defend herself from the would-be rapist, though he threatens to return as he retreats. Traumatized with recurring nightmares, Laura seeks therapy and is exposed to a unique treatment called EMDR. She also seeks self-protection— buying a gun against the wishes of her husband. When Laura learns she could have gone to prison had she shot her fleeing assailant, she decides to write a hypothetical legal case using the details of that night. She enlists the help of criminal defense lawyer, Thomas Bennett, who proves to be well versed in the justice system but has an uncanny resemblance to her attacker. As the two work together to develop the story, Laura's discomfort escalates particularly when Thomas seems to know more about that night than he should. Reality and fiction soon merge as her real life drama begins to mirror the fiction she's trying to create.
COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN!
I loved "Free of Malice." This book was really educational for gun owners. Besides being an all around good story, it showed how important it is for gun owners to know gun laws backwards and forwards, especially when it comes to self-defense.
Loved Free of Malice
Great read. I couldn't put it down. I loved the combination of both a thrilling novel, while having so much helpful information. I would recommend anyone to read!