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After thousands of audio titles, this was one of the least enjoyable. The narrator speaks like a school child reading....no conversational pronunciations. It was difficult to listen to. Also hard to believe the story and situations. A definite waste of time. If I hadn’t been driving, I would have found another book and returned this.
74 of 81 people found this review helpful
Theresa (T. R.) Ragan writes consistently outstanding modern detective mysteries. First there was the wonderful 6 book Lizzy Gardner series with every novel earning 5 stars. Then came the equally good 3 novel Faith McMann serialized series (the first two novels ended in cliffhangers). Her Last Day is the first novel in the Jessie Cole series. This opening novel in the series is as good as any of her previous books.
Protagonist Jessie Cole is a private investigator specializing in finding missing persons who has not found her own younger sister Sophie who has been missing for several years. Reporter Ben Morrison suffers from amnesia concerning his past life as the result of a horrible car accident. Jesse and Ben team up to find Sophie as Jesse seeks with Ben's help to find and stop a sadistic serial killer who tortures his victims for months before killing them. He is called the Heartless Killer.
Her Last Day has twists, turns, and surprises combined with a fast moving story with lots of action and intense suspense. T. R. Ragan's novels always excel at character development. And with author Ragan you do not have to wait a year for the next novel in the series because she releases a new novel every 6 or 7 months. As usual for Ragan's novels Kate Rudd narrates superbly.
Listeners who enjoy suspense mystery/thrillers and have not yet found T. R. Ragen have a very special treat in store.
50 of 55 people found this review helpful
Love this book will buy more and would recommend it. Gripping story right until the end.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Didn't thinkj I would stay with it,but it slowly became essential to keep with it. Scary but couldn't put it down.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful