Her last assignment was to investigate the treatment of women inmates at the Freeman Women's Prison in Freeman City, Alabama. While there, she was killed in a fire in her cell.
My condolences on the loss of your mother. What made you decide to look into her death?
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Your search went much farther than just the prison she was in undercover. It crossed several states. Give me the scoop on what you were following.
When Justin and I were researching my mother’s final assignment at the women’s prison in Alabama, we found that she was investigating something herself. In order to know what that was, we had to follow her clues. And her clues led us many places.
Tell me about my competition. His name is Justin Breslow. I’m sure he isn’t as good a reporter as I am.
His editor at the Dallas Herald thinks he’s a great writer. Justin sure respects my mother’s work. So hopefully he’s emulating her.
Thank you Sarah for sharing your story with my faithful readers. It is quite a mystery. Maybe I should take a chance at seeing what I can dig up?
You are welcome. It was so much fun to be here today.
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Growing up out West, Rionna Morgan followed her love of horses to the rodeo arena and her love of English to the classroom and to writing. She has been looking forward to sharing her stories with you her whole life. Rionna is a founding member of Montana Romance Writers; she reads as much as she can possibly hold, and she loves most of all combining the chilling edge of a knife with the sweet surrender of romance. Rionna shares her home in Missoula, Montana with her husband, her four children and the mountains outside her window.
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