Goodbye to the Dead: STARRED REVIEW


Goodbye to the Dead: Brian Freeman   No two relationships are the same as Serena Dial realizes each time she reflects on how she and Chief Detective Jonathan Stride became closer. A prologue t…

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Goodbye to the Dead: STARRED REVIEW


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Goodbye to the Dead: Brian Freeman

No two relationships are the same as Serena Dial realizes each time she reflects on how she and Chief Detective Jonathan Stride became closer. A prologue that is quite compelling as Serena searches a bar for 17 year old Cat, a young girl who came to stay with her and Jonathan as a result of her mothers death and circumstances that shattered her world and hoped that they might give her some solace, safety and peace. But, teens are unpredictable and Cat gets out and finds her way to a bar but in course of finding her Serena spies a young girl with a suitcase and something about her behavior and her flags trouble. Sometimes we don’t act on our gut reactions and instincts and the next time she sees this young girl she is lying dead outside of the bar, hoping to catch…

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Blackout :David Rosenfelt


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Blackout: David Rosenfelt

Memories are precious but what happens when yours no longer exist? Within the realm of his job Doug Brock often encounters many who would like to silence him for good. But, when he is about to adopt a young teen and get married to another cop, his whole world crumbles as someone aiming for him, misses and hits the teen. A life is over, his feelings in turmoil and Doug Brock is no longer the man he was before. Leaving his future wife to fend for herself and deal with her feelings, Doug ventures out to get the man responsible for this young boy’s death. Not everything goes according to plan and when he calls his partner Nate to tell him he thinks he has the man responsible, he too is silenced but in a different way. Blackout: David Rosenfelt: Will the light every shine again?

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ONE WEEK FROM TODAY: GOODBYE TO THE DEAD: JUST REVIEWS


Just Reviews

Goodbye to the Dead: Brian Freeman

No two relationships are the same as Serena Dial realizes each time she reflects on how she and Chief Detective Jonathan Stride became closer. A prologue that is quite compelling as Serena searches a bar for 17 year old Cat, a young girl who came to stay with her and Jonathan as a result of her mothers death and circumstances that shattered her world and hoped that they might give her some solace, safety and peace. But, teens are unpredictable and Cat gets out and finds her way to a bar but in course of finding her Serena spies a young girl with a suitcase and something about her behavior and her flags trouble. Sometimes we don’t act on our gut reactions and instincts and the next time she sees this young girl she is lying dead outside of the bar, hoping to catch…

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