Author Janet Heijens joins us in this episode of CrimeFiction.FM to discuss her debut novel, the first in her Jean Jankowski series, Wrongful Conviction.
Janet shares the story of her debut novel, Wrongful Conviction.
We discuss Janet’s protagonist, Jean Jankowski, who I believe will become a fascinating series character.
Janet explains her writing style and how she found her critique group.
As a first-time author, there was much about the publication that surprised Janet. We discuss a few of those things and spend a few minutes chatting about her pitch session at Sleuthfest.
From the Publisher:
Leland Booker is serving a life sentence for killing his wife and daughters. All hope for justice is lost until Adam Bennett, a young law student takes on the case. Adam determines that his only chance for success rests on his ability to prove Leland was wrongfully convicted.
When Jean Jankowski, a friend of the family, hears the case is reopened, the past rushes back. She tells Adam the story of events leading up to the murders, and in the process raises unanswered questions as to what really happened all those years ago.
With a myriad of twists and turns, Wrongful Conviction explores the world of a justice system gone wrong. This legal thriller will keep the reader guessing until the last page is turned.
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