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Summary

Could you murder your wife to save your daughter? 

Nick and Tasha are a couple held together by their five-year-old daughter. Until one ordinary morning, when Ellie vanishes amid the chaos of the school run. When Nick receives a ransom note, his world is turned upside down. 

It tells him he can have his daughter back, but first he must murder his wife. 

Her Last Tomorrow is a gripping, fast-paced thriller that will engross fans of Louise Jensen, BA Paris and Mark Edwards.

"Incredible." (BBC News)

"A sensation." (The Guardian)

©2019 Adam Croft (P)2019 Adam Croft

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Her Last Tomorrow

I rarely fail to finish any book, but I’m afraid this one is beyond me. It’s just not well-written. The premise is an interesting one, but the exposition of it is poorly executed, lacking subtlety or finesse. The dual narrators lambasting their partners in a droning clumsy stream of consciousness feels like a year 9 effort. At first, tedious and obvious, then later, just silly and naive. I’m delighted he’s managed to pay his mortgage off with the proceeds of his books, but can I have my money back on this one, please?!

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Edge of the seat stuff!

Brilliantly written, perfectly narrated, what's not to like? A great thriller that keeps you guessing from beginning to end with a twist I genuinely didn't see coming.