Conflict arises when Abby investigates a couple of homicides in Detroit. She is introduced to corruption so prevalent that she has a hard time steering free from it. Her views on what is the right thing to do and what needs to be done are seriously challenged. Hutchinson says, “We are all taught the difference between good and bad, but often we find ourselves changing the definition to fit the situation.” Is one wrongful act that rids us of ten larger ones the right thing to do? It’s still wrong, but many will justify it as right.
Also, Abby’s struggle with motherhood is tested by her career and fuels her fear that she isn’t cut out to be a mother. It doesn’t help that she’s in Detroit working while her family is back in San Francisco. She furthers this realization when she compares herself with other mothers. Is the “Supermom”
Corktown will be released on October 25, 2012 in ebook and paperback.
Author Ty Hutchinson has spent the last 22 years as a copywriter in the advertising business. His work has won over one hundred industry awards and has been featured in major advertising publications like Advertising Age, Creativity, Communications Arts, and Archive. While advertising was a blast, he’s decided to focus his creative talents on writing novels, thrillers to be exact. Ty Hutchinson is also the author behind the best selling Darby Stansfield series, which include the novels Chop Suey, Stroganov and Loco Moco. He is originally from Hawaii but now lives in San Francisco with his wife.