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Burt Weissbourd's Inside Passage is the 1st in a trilogy of Corey Logan novels. Corey has just been released from prison, she knows she was set up and by whom but her only concern now is to get her son back from foster care. To get him back, she must make a good impression on her court appointed psychiatrist, Abe Stein. Abe doesn't believe she was set up until his mother falls for a charming new up-and-coming candidate for attorney general of Washington. Corey finds herself deeper in trouble so she and her son take off on the run taking her boat up to the San Juans.
This book is set in Seattle, Bainbridge, and up in the San Juans. I loved the settings, it's so fun to see descriptions of things you know, but most of all I LOVED the characters. I cannot wait until the next installment to see what awaits Corey next. --Adele
Corey Logan was set up. She knows Nick Season’s terrible secret. Coming home from prison, all Corey wants is to be with her son. To get him back, she needs to make a good impression on the psychiatrist evaluating her. But Dr. Abe Stein doesn’t believe she was frameduntil his well-heeled mother falls for the charming state attorney general candidate, Nick Season.
As the dogs of war are unleashed, Corey and her son run for their livestaking her boat up the Pacific Northwest’s remote Inside Passage. Inside Passage is the first in Weissbourd’s haunting, heart-stirring Corey Logan trilogy.
About the Author
Burt Weissbourd is the producer of many notable films, including Ghost Story, starring Fred Astaire, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Patricia Neal, Raggedy Man, starring Sissy Spacek and Sam Shepard, which The New York Times called a movie of sweet, low-keyed charm.” Weissbourd also worked with crime fiction legend Ross Macdonald on his only screenplay. He lives in New York.