Thirty-one-year-old Natalie Price has a tough job. A
superintendent in the Massachussetts prison system, she
rules over inmates' lives just before they get released.
She's had to fight hard to be taken seriously in this harsh
world, a world that is mostly male-on both sides of the
bars. But she believes in what she's doing, and she's good
Now, however, she gets the biggest challenge of her six-
year career when a good friend, a college professor who was
teaching one of Natalie's charges, is brutally murdered.
Natalie had gone out on a limb to give this inmate, a
convicted rapist named Dean Walsh, this opportunity, and it
looks like Dean certainly made the most of it: He's the
prime suspect. But he's not the only one, and Natalie's job-
maybe even her life-rides on the investigation.
Peppered with the gritty details of prison life, Title
delivers a gripping, atmospheric story bursting with
authenticity. All in all, Killing Time is an ambitious
beginning to what promises to be an outstanding new crime