"Well, what can I say? I'm stumped." He looks at me and shrugs.
"That's all you could come up with? We could get into serious trouble moron!"
"If I threw a stick would you leave?".
He's obviously not getting the seriousness of this situation, he's dead, we killed him. They helped bury the body... There are cops roaming around the neighborhood. "This is so not a time to play around! Are you even listening!?"
"Shut up I'm trying to think of something."
"Like what? An alibi?"
"No. Our Alibi."
*There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you*
Kate Gray has had the most exhausting and violent childhood any human being should have to go through... from drugs, to abuse, to complete abandonment. But when things start getting out of hand the only thing Kate can do to protect her friends from the rusty old jail bars is by sacrificing herself, the one thing she learned while being raised.
Kate may blame herself for everything, lie, steal, maybe even turn herself in.
The only real question is... What if she isn't innocent, what if she really is guilty of murder?