Innocent Mistakes

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Publisher Description

Little kids, little problems. Big kids ... federal felony charges?

Attorney Sasha McCandless-Connelly has her hands full with her six-year-old twins, but she adores her pack of nieces and nephews. So when sixteen-year-old Colin calls and tearfully announces he's been arrested, she flies into action to protect him. Colin's accused of using the Internet to make threatening statements, a federal felony. Social media posts by Colin threaten his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend with violence—and worse.

Colin swears he didn't make the posts, and Sasha believes him. Then the private messages turn up. As she shines a light on the high school's dark underbelly, the teenagers close rank, and the whispered secrets multiply. But she's confident she can clear Colin's name. Then someone actually tries to make good on the threat to kill the other boy, and Colin's taken into custody on an attempted murder charge.

Someone's trying to frame him. But who? And why? Sasha navigates a web of lies and ever-shifting alliances as she scrambles to save a kid whose diapers she once changed ... even as she realizes she doesn't know him nearly as well as she thought she did.

Innocent Mistakes is the fourteenth full-length novel in the USA Today bestselling Sasha McCandless series.

Mysteries & Thrillers
August 24
Brown Street Books
Melissa Furrer Miller

Customer Reviews

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Innocent Mistakes

A page turner like all Sasha mysteries. I surprised myself by figuring this one out early, but could not put it down. Thank you Melissa F. Miller

Ellen/Oceanside ,


A sister who quickly denies that Colin her brother would post things like that on the internet, asking her friends by her, they don’t know, it’s his login.
Threats, jealousy, cyberbullying, pictures taken without permission and posted on social media. that goes on the underside of high school.
Sasha has known Colin since he was in diapers. He was innocent, still the lost of innocent and trusts in his friends has done damage. The story seemed real, very real, a page turner and a winner in this series.
Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion

ShannonS74 ,

So incredibly good

Innocent Mistakes by Melissa R. Miller is unbelievably good. From the first page to the last, I was gripped by the story, finding it all too realistic, especially as a mother of teenage children. The relevance of cyberbullying, gaming and the tricks and steps incredibly smart teenagers take online under the guise of being protected by the anonymity of things occurring on the internet was a gripping story and with the turn of each page, I found myself pulled even deeper into the story. My heart was in my throat and I was voraciously reading to discover the outcome of the entire situation and every twist and turn taken to get to resolution. Phrases like “edge of my seat”, “nail-biter” and “page-turner” keep coming to mind as I write this review. As always, the depth of the story and excellent character development Ms. Miller has in every single one of her books, contribute to make reading this novel an escape into a wonderfully written, exciting, heart-in-your-throat and captivating tale.

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