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We are wrapping up the Brooke Blogs Summer Promo series with a spotlight on Never Go Back by Marla Bradeen. Thank you so much for following along this summer on Brooke Blogs! Thank you to Marla for sharing her mystery/crime thriller with us today. Be sure to leave a comment and let us know what you think of the post – and the Brooke Blogs Summer Promo series!
Beyond the glitz and glamour of the Las Vegas Strip, someone is about to die.
Alison Carter’s world is upended when her boss is murdered in front of her eyes. What she doesn’t know is things are about to get much, much worse.
Detective Brad Gilmore has dealt with his fair share of homicides, but he’s about to face the biggest challenge of his career. What he expects to be a straightforward murder investigation turns into anything but. Yet with all evidence pointing to Alison, he’s under pressure to wrap things up quickly.
Now Alison and Brad are in a race to find a killer. If Brad fails, this may be the end of his career. But for Alison, the stakes are much higher. The happy life she once took for granted is in danger of being shattered forever . . . and she just might end up serving time for a crime she didn’t commit.
About the Author
Marla Bradeen previously worked as a software consultant and analyst. In 2012, she gave up a traditional job for no other reason than to have more time to pursue personal interests, such as sleeping in late and taking naps. Although she misses seeing regular deposits into her bank account, she hasn’t once regretted that decision.
These days, Marla enjoys inventing imaginary friends and killing them off. She’s thrilled to have finally found a use for that bachelor’s in psychology: getting into her characters’ heads. When she’s not plotting murder, she spends her time fighting for mattress space with her two rescue cats.
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