Rose’s Story is framed by a former Georgia Senator suddenly killed just two weeks before publishing a scathing report linking high-ranking Georgia officials and Georgia’s Child Protective Services (CPS) to child trafficking and child prostitution.
The Senator’s death is reported as a murder-suicide by her distraught husband. Yet it looks more like a double murder to prevent the publication of her report. Shockingly, local police and FBI never explore the double-murder possibility, never seriously collect forensic evidence. Why?
Rose can hire any writer at any price. She chooses Murph to stay low key and undetected and she asks Murph to familiarize himself with the Senator’s death to explain her rationale. Rose must tell her story, yet she fears the repercussions of directly challenging CPS.