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The lead detective was convinced from the start that Craig had killed Julie (though there was not a single scrap of evidence of foul play), and he dogged him like a hound to a blood trail (no pun intended)
The story begins 18 months later when Bret, Craigs young son, is entering 6th grade and finds out his teacher, Robin, is one of Julie's former friends.
Robin, who'd been dealing with heated issues in her own failing marriage had little clue what was going on with Craig in the aftermath of the accusations. She's stunned to find out they have been abandoned by everyone who claimed to be friend, including herself (though she knows she had her own issues to deal with) Robin sets out to help Bret to ease her conscience, not knowing if Craig is guilty or innocent.
In no time Robin's son Malcom and Bret become best of friends through their soccer team and encouragment from Robin. You see her termoil throughout the book. She fights to practice the 'innocent until proven guilty' while battling the urge to keep her son, and herself safe.
It's not long before Robin realizes she not only doesn't believe Craig killed Julie but she's in love with him.
Craigs fighting his own issues. He knows he hasn't killed his wife, he's trying to hold his family together and protect them from small town 'circle the waggons' mentality. He's attacted to Robin but knows there can't be any future with her because he is either a serial killer or a married man "take your pick" and can offer her no future.
Enter the new detective. When the original homicide detective his killed in an auto accident his daughter (now a new homicide detective herself) take over the case, determined to solve the one case that haunted her father. She knows he must be guilty because her father was the perfect cop (One who never viewed her as good enough) With the help of a very laid back detective they find descrepencies in the case and are able to solve it.
Dislikes: It needed an Epilogue. The ending was just too tight. I wanted a little more 'happy ever after' Overall a great read.
Brett has Julie's friend Robin McKinnon as his teacher this year. Robin surprisingly is perhaps the only person in town who believes what the two Lofgen males have to say about Julie. As Robin and Craig become reacquainted with one another, they fall in love. However, he still carries a cloud over his head and both have children to nurture. Police Officer Anne Caldwell tries a different investigative path that if fruitful will hurt the image of her deceased father (the former cop on this case). Craig has new hopes that he will be vindicated and can go on with his life with perhaps Robin and her son joining his and his two children in one happy family but he also realizes that Anne's father is the one who believed he committed homicide.
Fans of police procedural romance will want to read the exciting MOMMY SAID GOODBYE. The story line predominantly concentrates on Craig and his two children coping with being either pitiful cretins or vile pariahs. Robin is a refreshing individual unable to accept that this kind hearted father of two could kill his wife. The investigation by Ann is handled deftly so as to augment the prime tale with suspense and keep readers wondering what happened to Julie.