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Last One to Lie

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Moving to a new city was supposed to be a fresh start for her family. Now it’s a nightmare.

Her little girl was supposed to be at day care when Kelsey arrived to pick her up. But they have no record of her daughter ever being there. And to make matters worse, her husband is missing too - he won’t pick up his phone, and the school he supposedly works at says he never accepted their job offer.

Detective Paul Ryan knows something’s up with Kelsey’s story. Kelsey’s husband might be involved in their daughter’s disappearance, but the deeper the detective digs, the more inconsistencies he finds.

As Detective Ryan tries to uncover the truth, what he finds are more deeply buried secrets that someone clearly never wanted found.

©2020 Jennifer Snow, all rights reserved. (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.
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  • 07-07-20

hard to follow

hard to follow. did not flow. had to go back a couple of times to get clarity.

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  • 05-07-20

Confusing

This book would have been good, but the author made it much too convoluted. I still don't know who was who at the end. Just too bizarre for me to follow.

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  • 14-06-20

The Truth about LAST ONE TO LIE

Even the superb narration could not save this book.

The book lacked credibility and was very contrived. Also, there was frequent switching between the past and present and between characters and, at times, this made the book difficult to follow.

The book started off good (first two chapters) but, after that, the book went completely downhill very quickly. To avoid revealing spoilers, I will not give any examples of the book's weird and bizarre plot twists that were just not believable.

If you want to waste time and a credit,..... this book is for you.

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  • Just me Nicole
  • 09-06-20

My mind is spinning!

Wow. Wow. Wow.

My mind is spinning!!! LAST ONE TO LIE is the most twisted, mind blowing, psychological thriller I have ever read! The characters are absolutely incredible and the story line … HOLY CRAP! From the very first chapter I was hooked, and through all three parts of this book I just couldn’t stop listening! This is not my preferred trope, but thank you, author J.M. Winchester, for again peaking my interest in this type of read! The suspense flows throughout this whole novel and the twists are enough to give you whiplash! I cannot recommend this one enough! I loved the multiple POV writing, and the additional side and supporting stories…starting with her missing daughter and ending with…..well….you will just have to listen to it to find out! The narrators did a fantastic job with this! The narrators are all new to me, and I really enjoyed them! 5 mind-blowing stars!!!