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In this world, Dr. Charlotte "Charlie" Stone skillfully probes the twisted minds of incarcerated serial killers to better understand what makes them tick, and to help nab those who remain at large. But in the next world, Charlotte's ghostly lover - convicted killer Michael Garland - is facing death yet again. It seem the only way Charlie can snatch Michael from the jaws of oblivion is by proving his innocence. And this dead man's dead ringer may just be the key.
A mysterious stranger has turned up in Big Stone Gap, Virginia, and Charlie is shocked to realize he could be Michael Garland's identical twin. But she suspects the resemblance is only skin deep--and that behind the handsome face may lurk the perverse mind of a killer. While using all her keen profiling gifts, Charlie risks her life to discover the shocking secret that will clear Michael's name.
Then a breakout at Wallens Ridge State Prison forces Charlie to contend with a sudden swarm of psychopaths bent on spilling blood. No one has a better chance of tracking down the deadly fugitives than Charlie - unless the rampaging killers manage to find her first and make this case her last. But Michael will move heaven and hell - and even make a devil's bargain - for the chance to save Charlie's life, and feel her touch once more...if only for the final time.
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By Love2Dive on 08-28-15
Best of series!
I have always liked most of the characters in the Dr. Charlotte Stone series ( most glaring exception being Lena, the argumentative B1T¢h of a female FBI agent and Dr. Stone when she's being Too Stupid To Live). I have wanted to scream about the way the author presents Dr. Stone as being über intelligent while at the same time having the character continually doing things to put her near the top of the TSTL list. Robards repeating things is often annoying as well.
The character voices performed by narrator Anne Marie Lee and the story are what hooked me and made the less perfect aspects of this series worth purchasing each book of this series. I especially can't say enough wonderful things about her performance of the characters Michael and Tony. All the character voices are absolutely fantastic, but she has turned Michael abd Tony into the voice equivalents of male super models for me! Those two characters and the basic stories behind each novel is what has kept me buying this series. Otherwise, I think the "smart" but simultaneously TSTL Dr. Stone and Lena the FBI Super B1t¢h would've kept me from ever reading a second Robards novel.
This was the best of all the series. Charlie didn't do anything outrageously stupid and Lena was only a peripheral annoyance. The story was REALLY good and satisfactorily solved a lot of very important questions.
This was definitely an up all night - edge of my seat - MUST know what happens kind of book.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Margie U. on 09-12-15
Best Series! Loved It
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would recommend this audiobook because, it's in my humble opinion, a worthwhile ending to a fabulous Charlotte Stone Series. The narrator was fabulous throughout all four books.
What other book might you compare The Last Time I Saw Her to and why?
I can't compare it to other books I've read because it's got a great mix of wonderful characters that can't be contained in just one book, paranormal-love story thread that's super sexy, and serial killer crimes that keep you guessing. You just keep hoping for the next book, because you don't want the series to end.
Have you listened to any of Ann Marie Lee’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Ann Marie Lee is impressive, she does male and female voices well, and kept me on the edge of my seat.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I loved the ending.
Any additional comments?
The Charlotte Stone books are my favorite and I do repeated listens and never tire of them.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful