This is a pretty serious and interesting topic.
For me, what’s missing is the character. I know something about their past, but don’t know enough about them to care about their present or future. In order for me to care about her getting exposed, I need to know enough about her life and her heart to get me invested enough to want to click read.
**Example (without any major connection to your current blurb because I can’t see it):
As a young child, Eda was blamed for a horrendous crime that shook the nation to the core and left the people demanding justice. Although she was exonerated and her records were sealed, she has had to live with the cloud of her past looming over her, forever threatening her with a rain she tries to outrun.
As an adult, Ada leads a half life, never getting attached and never putting herself out there. She works a dead end job to pay the bills and goes home to an empty house. The few people who do know her don’t know the secret she keeps locked away.
Now a television show promises to unlock the secrets and find the person responsible for that terrible crime she was accused of all those years ago. Eda knows she is innocent, but sometimes even the innocent get burned at the stake. Now the clouds of her past has caught up to her, promising a storm like no other.
This isn’t great, but you get the point.