I found this newest story by Lisa Scottoline to be timely reading for the Memorial Day holiday we just experienced. Dr. Mike Scanlon, a podiactric surgeon, has been called up by the Army Reserves to serve in Afghanistan. Blast wounds to the lower extremities were the signature wound of Operation Enduring Freedom, so Mike was one of the busiest doctors in his team. Just one month from completing his tour of duty, his gets the horrendous news that his wife has died in their own kitchen from an accident with a knife, leaving their seven month old baby girl without a mother. An intriguiing mystery develops as Mike discovers a secret about his wife and a stranger that had come into her life while Mike was gone. Lisa shares much about the details of army life in a war torn country, how former soldiers are affected by war and how they and their families then have to readjust once they are home. This is interspersed in a dynamic and emotional story of family love and murder. Read Don’t Go and you will appreciate our military personnel in a much deeper way.