What happens when the people you thought were the good guys turn out to be bad? This is a conundrum that Casey Cox has to deal with in Terri Blackstock’s If I Run.
When Casey finds her best friend, Brent, dead in his house, she knows that she can’t go to the cops. She has no faith in the justice system after the death of her father; so instead, she goes home and packs her things. Knowing that her DNA is all over the crime scene, she flees town, deciding that living a life on the run is better than the alternative–being arrested.
Dylan Roberts, a friend of Brent’s and a war veteran suffering from PTSD, is hired to find Casey and bring her back to face the murder charges against her. However, as he