Tuesday, 11 February 2020

THE LAST SISTER BY KENDRA ELLIOT

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BOOK DESCRIPTION
Three sisters’ secrets collide in a shocking novel of suspense by the Wall Street Journal and Amazon Charts bestselling author of the Mercy Kilpatrick series.
Twenty years ago Emily Mills’s father was murdered, and she found his body hanging in the backyard. Her younger sister, Madison, claims she was asleep in her room. Her older sister, Tara, claims she was out with friends. The tragedy drove their mother to suicide and Tara to leave town forever. The killer was caught. The case closed.
Ever since, Emily and Madison have tried to forget what happened that night—until an eerily similar murder brings it all back. It also brings FBI special agent Zander Wells to the Oregon logging town. As eager as he is to solve the brutal double slaying, he is just as intrigued with the mystery of Emily’s and her sisters’ past.
When more blood is shed, Zander suspects there’s a secret buried in this town no one wants unearthed. Is it something Emily and Madison don’t know? Or aren’t telling? And Tara? Maybe Emily can’t bear to find her. Because when Tara disappeared, she took a secret of her own with her.

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Release date 


JANUARY 14, 2020



MY REVIEW

Very absorbing story and extremely well written on a subject that I wasn't really familiar with. I gave it five stars because the story was so good and the characterisation well drawn. There were no pages and pages of descriptions of what people were wearing or unnecessary scenic descriptions. Just enough to keep the story going. However, I was less than pleased to see it was one of two and that the other will not be published until next October by which time I will have to read it all again. I am all for authors writing follow up stories but I wish they would group them together more closely.

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