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Last Whisper [Read] ➳ Last Whisper By Carlene Thompson – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Someone is tracking her every move A killer who knows that true nightmares never end And that the perfect murder is always worth waiting for Brooke Yeager's childhood ended the night she crept downsta Someone is tracking her every move A killer who knows that true nightmares never end And that the perfect murder is always worth waiting for Brooke Yeager's childhood ended the night she crept downstairs to find her beautiful gentle mother Anne lying in a pool of blood Standing above Anne's shattered body a gun aimed right at the terrified little girl was Brooke's stepfather Zachary Tavell Luck saved Brooke that night and in the years since she's managed to build a good life in Charleston West Virginia secure in the knowledge that Zach is behind bars Until the night another woman is murdered a woman who looks just like Brooke Zach Tavell has escaped from prison and this time Brooke will need much than luck to surviveAs the police search for Tavell Brooke is shaken by a string of gruesome deaths and disturbing messages linked to her mother's murder Everyone she has ever cared about is in danger And soon it's clear that the nightmare that began fifteen years ago won't be over until Brooke comes face to face with a monstrous evil that's closer and cunning than she ever imaginedThompson creates smart interesting characters the reader cares about within a gripping suspense story Judith Kelman author of After the Fall Intriguingbrims with madness and creepy thrills RT BOOKclub Magazine on Share No Secrets.

  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Last Whisper
  • Carlene Thompson
  • English
  • 02 February 2015
  • 9780312937287

About the Author: Carlene Thompson

Carlene Thompson is an author of suspense thriller novelsHer first book Black for Remembrance was published in by Little Brown and was well received Her books are suspense novels often with romantic elements and many take place in Thompson's home state of West Virginia Her books often feature animals which she bases on animals she knows in real life.



10 thoughts on “Last Whisper

  1. Karen Karen says:

    Meh Can they put some kind of label that says romance disguised as a thriller?

  2. Marianne Jay Marianne Jay says:

    Kind of creepy kept me guessing for a while Not a bad book it did lag in some places but overall a pretty good read

  3. Kris - My Novelesque Life Kris - My Novelesque Life says:

    35 STARSBrooke Yeager's childhood ended the night she crept downstairs to find her beautiful gentle mother Anne lying in a pool of blood Standing above Anne's shattered body a gun aimed right at the terrified little girl was Brooke's stepfather Zachary Tavell Luck saved Brooke that night and in the years since she's managed to build a good life in Charleston West Virginia secure in the knowledge that Zach is behind bars Until the night another woman is murdered a woman who looks just like Brooke Zach Tavell has escaped from prison and this time Brooke will need much than luck to surviveAs the police search for Tavell Brooke is shaken by a string of gruesome deaths and disturbing messages linked to her mother's murder Everyone she has ever cared about is in danger And soon it's clear that the nightmare that began fifteen years ago won't be over until Brooke comes face to face with a monstrous evil that's closer and cunning than she ever imagined From I enjoyed this romantic suspense

  4. Bob Bob says:

    This was actually a hardback large print edition great to read while waiting for my eyes to dialate at the Eye Docs and to read afterwards while they returned to normal Anyway about the book A brief overall plotline 11 year old girls sees her mother lying shot with her stepfather standing with a gun in his hand Stepfather convicted and sent prison Years later Girl is a realestate agent and is showing a house with a co worker Client a no show and as they leave shots ringout Co worker is killed Girl finds out stepfather has escaped from prison Girl gets thereatening messages etc as cops look for Sdad killings still no Sdad Whoa ends with a twist Pretty good tale

  5. Manda Manda says:

    I have mixed feelings about this book Parts of it seemed to drag out and not add anything to the book How many people can get killed around 1 woman and she NOT be a suspect? No really? Then parts of it seemed rushed As if Carlene was tired of writing Overall it was a good booksummary while a young kid the main character finds her step dad standing over her dead mom holding a gun at her Years later step dad is in prison and she's living her life Until suddenly bad things start to happen to her and people around her

  6. Georgiann Hennelly Georgiann Hennelly says:

    last whisper is an excellant book it really kept me in suspense Brooke Yeagers mom was murdered in cold blood when she was eleven years old she saw who she thought was the killer and now he has escaped from prison and Brooke starts getting notes and white roses sent to her she is scared for her life then her grandmother has a stroke well i wont ruin the story by telling you the ending its a real pg turner

  7. Doreen Doreen says:

    an improvement on the romance side of things the love interest is not a view spoilercop or sheriff hide spoiler

  8. Peacegal Peacegal says:

    I read it for my book discussion group Pretty much your average ultra mainstream murder mystery The hackneyed dialogue has made laugh out loud a few times Ah well There are worse things to slog through I guess

  9. Tasha Tasha says:

    New author for me in the romantic suspense genre like her Kind of saw the end coming on this one but at least there were enough twists turns and well developed characters to keep it moving and interesed

  10. Syao Chan Syao Chan says:

    Brooke Yeager was very Mary Sue ish in the plot and so following her story became less engaging for me as the pages progressed I was simply liking the protagonist less and less The red herring was also VERY obvious that around three fourths of the series I have already guessed the culprit

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