Kenneth Hursh, author
Two Voices is a woman’s struggle against injustice, prison, and an isolating disability. On trial for a murder she did not commit, Janet Campbell’s only defense is her silence. A rare neurological disease has paralyzed Janet’s vocal chords, yet someone heard the killer speak! Top defense attorney, Harlan Eschmann, is convinced the DA falsely accused Janet for political reasons. He is convinced his client will be acquitted—if the jury believes in Janet’s illness. When a surprise witness and a twist of fate turn justice inside out, Janet’s fate depends on knowing who to trust, and on whether she can finally be heard.