Thursday, 13 February 2020

The last thing she ever did by Greg Olsen

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BOOK DESCRIPTION
From the Amazon Charts and #1 New York Times bestselling author comes a psychological thriller exploring the things we dare to do when no one is looking . . .
The community along Oregon’s Deschutes River is one of successful careers and perfect families. For years, up-and-comers Liz and Owen have admired their good friends and neighbors, Carole and David. They appear to have it all—security, happiness, and a beautiful young son, Charlie.
Then Charlie vanishes without a trace, and all that seemed safe is shattered by a tragedy that is incomprehensible—except to Liz.
It took one fleeting moment for her to change the lives of everyone she loves—a heartrending accident that can’t be undone. Neither can the second-worst mistake of her life: concealing it. As two marriages crack and buckle in grief and fear, Liz retreats into her own dark place of guilt, escalating paranoia—and betrayals even she can’t imagine. Because there’s another good neighbor who has his own secrets, his own pain, and his own reasons for watching Liz’s every move.
And only he knows that the mystery of the missing boy on the Deschutes River is far from over.

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Release date 

JANUARY 1, 2018



MY REVIEW

So, I have read most of Mr. Olson's non-fiction books and I really enjoy the "truth is stranger than fiction" aspect of the stories he tells. I have read a few of his novels in the last couple of months and have enjoyed them all. So why write a review for for this one? I particularly like the way this book starts and grabs your attention right from the beginning. Oh, and all twists and turns. A perfect book for a cold winters morning and a good cup of coffee. Just make sure you don't have any plans for the rest of the day.

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