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After her sister was murdered, Ella Broden meted out her own punishment, then abandoned her career to pursue her passion as a singer. But another murder that hits close to home draws her back to seek justice.
Dana Goodwin is the newly appointed deputy chief in the Special Victims Bureau, replacing Ella. For her, the case is also personal, but behind Dana's relentless pursuit, her motives might be running deeper than anyone can see. Her secrets, too.
Connecting the two women is Ella's boyfriend, Gabriel Velasquez, who has teamed up with Dana to investigate the murder.
At first Ella thinks all she has to fear about this case is what she knows - that she could be the next target of a man's obsession. But the closer she works with Dana, the more she starts to believe that the most dangerous thing of all is what she doesn't know.
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By Wayne on 04-27-18
Legal thriller. Almost 5 stars!
Never Goodbye has almost everything could ask of a legal thriller including trial preparation, courtroom action, likable characters, excellent character development, a superb narrator, and a realistic plot with a surprise ending. There are two partially offsetting weaknesses: The first half of the novel develops too slowly leading to a risk of listener boredom and the need for a second narrator. Most of the book is told in the first person of the protagonist Ella Bordon and another prosecutor named Dana Goodwin. The switches between the first two women was very frequent. The audio book would have benefited from a second female narrator with a different voice performing the Dana Goodwin first person parts.
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By ross asbill on 04-29-18
Phenomenal legal thriller
Would you consider the audio edition of Never Goodbye to be better than the print version?
Yes, but for one reason only. Erin Bennett!!!
What did you like best about this story?
The plot twists, and I love the intimacy with the characters because of the way he uses multiple first person perspectives.
What does Erin Bennett bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
She is a super star in book narration. Her voice, her inflections, her passion. It brings the book to life.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Someone has to sing for the dead
Any additional comments?
The new phenomenal legal thriller from Adam Mitzner.
This story is a riveting tale of love, deception, well explained legal drama and redemption. The plot twists are very well thought out and will keep you guessing. With very memorable characters whom I would love to get to know for real, it draws you in and doesnt let go.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
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By anne on 06-03-18
Very entertaining and informative.
The story of the murder is told from the view point of two people and it unfolds one piece at a time. Although I knew “who done it”. It was interesting to watch how it unfolded and the ending could have gone in quite a few different ways. It eventually went in the correct way I think. The legal points were explained in more detail than any other book I’ve read and the points explained were very interesting. I’ll definitely look out for more from this author.