Dominos - Donna Calhoun
When Katie Race, a working Alabama foster mom with a passion for hunting deer, gets a summons for jury duty, she has no idea how far she would actually go to see justice served.
At the trial, she learns about the despicable transgressions of Larry Cunningham, a forty-two-year-old unmarried youth minister from Loxley Lutheran Church, just down the street from where she lives. Cunningham was once adored by the female parishioners at his church, but he had a rule: He never dated the mothers of the children. Of course, that didn't stop young women from swooning over him-and it didn't stop Larry from molesting their young boys.
The grand jury on which Katie serves promptly indicts Cunningham, who is arrested and brought to court. But before a trial can ever really begin, the charges are dropped because of a technicality. Katie can't tolerate the idea of the authorities doing nothing as a known child molester endangers the community, so she decides to put her hunting skills to the test to track down Cunningham.
Dominos tells the riveting story of a community betrayed and one woman's decision to do what she thinks is right, no matter the consequences.