Teri Ames worked in the criminal justice system in Vermont for twelve years, four of those as a state prosecutor, eventually specializing in domestic and sexual violence. She is a graduate of Cornell Law School.
In 2012, she was falsely accused of abusing her child. It was an eye-opening and traumatizing experience that has become the emotional base for her creative writing and driven her to become an advocate for criminal justice reform.
After the charges against her were dismissed, Teri spent a year in Mexico, recovering from the trauma and writing her first novel, "All About the Greater Good."
A pretty coed goes missing from an elite private college in Vermont, and the authorities are determined to find out who's responsible. Her boyfriend, a hockey player, is the obvious suspect and finds himself on trial for his life in this compelling legal suspense novel.
What if you were wrongly accused of abusing your child? This compelling story of ordinary people battling the criminal justice system will leave you feeling vulnerable, knowing that what happens to their family could happen to yours.