Goodbye to the Dead

Goodbye to the Dead

A Jonathan Stride Novel

eBook - 2016
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"When fellow detective Serena witnesses a brutal murder with ties to a case from the last year of his wife's life, detective Stride investigates human-trafficking activity in the Duluth port and struggles with the possibility that he may have sent an innocent woman to prison."--Novelist.
Publisher: 2016
ISBN: 9781681445731
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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SEBoiko
Nov 10, 2016

Life followed its own twisting path.

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SEBoiko
Nov 10, 2016

Some debts aren't meant to be repaid.

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SEBoiko
Nov 10, 2016

Your only real weapon is the clearness of your brain.

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SEBoiko
Nov 10, 2016

Lawsuits are an unfortunate reality of the medical profession these days.

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SEBoiko
Nov 10, 2016

Sometimes desperate people will do just about anything...

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SEBoiko
Nov 10, 2016

There are always bears feeding in the shallows.

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flycastr65
Feb 01, 2017

Not quite what I expected from the reviews. Half way through the "mental" shooter begins to take over and shoot up a public area. I read not to relive the tragic news we experience daily. Shame on Martini for bringing this character into an otherwise good book.

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jazpur
Jul 16, 2016

I read this one right after the first Jonathan Stride thriller, Immoral, just to see where Brian Freeman would go with all his main characters and themes.He must have saved all his discarded jottings from his original storyline with a few new ones thrown in and gone from there.It worked on the whole. Oscar Wilde is quoted as saying there are no good or bad stories; just good and bad writing. Brian Freeman has the ability to write well on his side.

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Eil_1
Jun 18, 2016

The evidence, the trial and verdict are convincing. Freeman leads the reader through the pages to various discoveries and surprises that only he can resolve.

Djeremay Apr 06, 2016

One of Freeman's best novels yet. Couldn't put it down - read it in a couple days. His writing keeps you hooked, wanting to see what'll happen next. The ending was surprising & sad, but now I can't wait to see where the story will go from there.

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