From The New York Times bestselling author of Come Home comes a riveting thriller about one man's search for his wife's killer
Lisa Scottoline's Don't Go introduces us to Dr. Mike Scanlon, an army doctor called to serve in Afghanistan, who is acutely aware of the dangers he’ll face and the hardships it will bring his wife Chloe and newborn baby. And deep inside, he doesn’t think of himself as a hero, but a healer.
However, in an ironic turn of events, as Mike operates on a wounded soldier in a war-torn country, Chloe dies at home in the suburbs, in an apparently freak household accident. Devastated, he returns home to bury her, only to discover that the life he left behind has fallen apart. He’s a stranger to his baby girl, and his medical practice has downsized in his absence. Worse, he learns a shocking secret that sends him into a downward spiral.
Grief-stricken, Mike makes decisions upon returning to Afghanistan which will change his life forever. It’s not until he comes home for good that he grasps the gravity of his actions, and realizes he must fight the most important battle of his life, to reclaim his life and his daughter. Along the way, he discovers that everything is not as it seems, and he learns ugly truths about those he loves the most, as well as the true meaning of heroism.
About the Author
LISA SCOTTOLINE is the New York Times best-selling author and Edgar award-winning author of nineteen novels, including her latest, Come Home, and she is President of Mystery Writers of America.
Jeremy Davidson played the role of Master Sergeant Chase Moran for five seasons in the television series "Army Wives", and has guest-starred on numerous shows, including "Brothers & Sisters", "Cold Case", "Without a Trace", and "Boston Legal". He has appeared extensively onstage, including opposite John Goodman and Brenda Fricker in the Geffen Playhouse production of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof". An Earphones Award winning narrator, he has also given voice to a number of bestselling audiobooks.
“Narrator Jeremy Davidson enhances the story with a variety of voices.” – Audiofile Magazine