You, your kid brother and your grandmother are the only family you have after your parents die. At 18, you leave home and join the military figuring you’ll see the world and get a great education too. Your grandmother dies. Your kid brother goes into foster care. You feel guilty when you don’t take the discharge offered to you and get your brother out of foster care to raise. You love the army too much to do that and so you re-up for many more tours.
For a long time, you just throw money at your brother’s problems. You bail him out of jail for the petty crimes he commits while on drugs. But this one time, with this one serious crime, you can’t run away. Neither can your brother. What do you do? How much are you willing to do for your brother? Would you give up your freedom for him? Would you serve his time? Or would you simply throw money at him again; ignore his calls and pretend nothing happen?
I wanted to see how much a sister would do for her only brother when he was waist deep in life-altering trouble. I wanted to see how non-biological children thrown together as an impromptu foster family would react to eminent danger. Would the older children protect the younger children? Would they think of themselves as a family?
I investigated those questions and more when I wrote The Prisoner & The Lawyer
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