Randy Chalmers has to admit he'd be dead or in prison were it not for Terry Elias. Thanks to Terry's coaching – and an endless stream of AA meetings – Randy's been off the booze for eight years, has a successful new career, and is thriving in a healthy relationship. All is well… until Terry is found dead of a heroin overdose.
Convinced that something (or someone) must have pushed him, Randy is soon off on a dry-drunk quest for answers. When his suspicions ultimately connect Terry's death to the activities of a recently appointed Superior Court judge, Randy has to ask himself: Is he really onto something or just suffering from grief and paranoia?
What disappointed you about The Next Right Thing?
I couldn't finish this. All the characters were a bunch of drama queens, getting way too involved in each other's busness and making mountains out of molehills... Hated it!
What do you think your next listen will be?
The possibilities are endless
How did the narrator detract from the book?
He read it aloud.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Any additional comments?
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