Whatever happened to Jane Roe's baby? Norma McCorvey, of Caddo-Comanche heritage, did not terminate the pregnancy that led her to become the anonymous plaintiff of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court women's rights case Roe v Wade because in 1971, when the motion was first argued, abortion in the U.S. was illegal. The Jane Roe real-life child would now be a woman in her late forties, the potential of her polarizing celebrity unknown to her. A splintered U.S. religious rights group has blackmailed its way into learning the identity of the Roe baby, the product of a closed adoption. To what end, only a new Supreme Court case will reveal. Tourette's afflicted K9 bounty hunter Judge Drury, a retired Marine, stands in the way of the splintered group's attempt at stacking the Supreme Court via blackmail, murder, arson, sleight of hand, and secret identities.
About the author
Chris Bauer is the editor of the short story collection Crappy Shorts and the author of Scars on the Face of God. He lives in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
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