What compels Ruth McCain to commit suicide by putting a gun in her mouth inside the lobby of the Savannah Morning News as reporter Morgahna Hamilton watched? The answer to those question will lead Morgahna to the Bahamas, to danger and back.
Everything that will happen to Morgahna results from two things Ruth gave her before she committed suicide-an envelope and a question, "Do you consider yourself to be a good reporter?" She does and will discover where that talent will lead and why.
It begins in the McCain home when Morgahna discovers the three McCain children dead in their beds. That Ruth killed them before committing suicide is obvious. But why? What could compel their mother to kill them? What Morgahna discovers is that Ruth McCain was protecting a child-and not one of her own.
In Ministering To The Innocent, Morgahna Hamilton learns precisely what that means.