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!!> PDF / Epub ☁ Last Day ✍ Author Luanne Rice – Vejega.info From Celebrated New York Times Bestselling Author Luanne Rice Comes A Riveting Story Of A Seaside Community Shaken By A Violent Crime And A Tragic Loss Years Ago, Beth Lathrop And Her Sister Kate Suffered What They Thought Would Be The Worst Tragedy Of Their Lives The Night Both The Famous Painting Moonlight And Their Mother Were Taken The Detective Assigned To The Case, Conor Reid, Swore To Protect The Sisters From Then OnBeth Moved On, Throwing Herself Fully Into The Art World, Running The Family Gallery, And Raising A Beautiful Daughter With Her Husband Pete Kate, Instead, Retreated Into Herself And Took To The Skies As A Pilot, Always On The Run When Beth Is Found Strangled In Her Home, And Moonlight Goes Missing Again, Detective Reid Can T Help But Feel A Sense Of D J VuReid Immediately Suspects Beth S Husband, Whose Affair Is A Poorly Kept Secret He Has An Airtight Alibi But He Also Has A Motive, And The Evidence Seems To Point To Him Kate And Reid, Along With The Sisters Closest Childhood Friends, Struggle To Make Sense Of Beth S Death, But They Only Find Questions Who Else Would Have Wanted Beth Dead What S The Significance Of Moonlight Twenty Years Ago, Reid Vowed To Protect Beth And Kate And He S Failed Now Solving The Case Is Turning Into An Obsession

10 thoughts on “Last Day

  1. Ceecee Ceecee says:

    Beth Lathrop is found dead murdered Who by That s it Book is in three parts Two parts too long approximately 300 pages where I was bored out of my skull Soooooo much unnecessary detail and I think when dead Beth joined in the narrative that finished me off The ending was good actually it wasn t and I raised a resounding cheer I know others loved it so maybe today I m The Grinch.

  2. Mackey Mackey says:

    Luanne Rice is a master storyteller and that truly shines in her latest novel, Last Day, the story of four friends, two deaths and the secrets kept hidden to the end.Sisters Kate and Beth had survived a tragic ordeal in their teen years but, like so many, that tragedy pushed them apart rather than pulling them together Kate is closed off from all emotion and Beth has infused her life with love,

  3. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    Great premise and potential, but seriously overwritten, bogged down with redundant details and inconsistent characterizations The pacing was off, the plot twist inconsistent and an editor s pen needed to do some serious work here Disappointing.

  4. Alayne Emmett Alayne Emmett says:

    This was a brilliant book so twisty it kept me guessing who did what and to whom all the way to the end I was racing through it so I could find out who did the murder I guessed two or three times but got it completely wrong.

  5. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    I read this book because my friend always said how much she loved Luann Rice and, as an First Read, this was a good opportunity to try her work I am ambivalent about the novel The location was interesting and well described and the background of the sisters tragedy was chilling, but the characters didn t seem authentic Using the Compass Rose device to define the four friends seemed to lock the author into a framewo

  6. Katherine Katherine says:

    I was really hoping for from this book I enjoyed the haunting scene that was described at the beginning of this book which I read using the Look Inside feature and that s why I chose this book but it s just downhill from there I still held out hope for at least an ok procedural but this book really falls apart towards the end, and I saw where it was going so I don t say that because I was at all surprised Unfortunately th

  7. Sherry Sherry says:

    Luann Rice does what she does best write about families, sisters, secrets, relationships, with a little mystery thrown in Personally, I loved reading about locations familiar to me and the nod to a murder that took place here years ago Definitely recommend.

  8. Susan Susan says:

    I gave up on Luanne Rice a long time ago the novels she released in the 1980s and 1990s with interesting, nuanced characters gradually evolved in the 2000 s into shmaltzy melodramas with cardboard heroines and hokey dialogue But this was a cheap First Reads option so I took a chance again, only to remain woefully unimpressed There was way too much info dumping and too many unnecessary details, which made getting through the book a chor

  9. Becky Becky says:

    What a perfect way to kick start my 2020 reading adventure As a long time fan of Luanne s books, I have come to expect certain things in her writing A gentleness, a sense of friendships, sisterhood, family love of art, scenery nature All of those elements were in Last Day, but the added piece was not typical of previous books written by Luanne There was a mystery, a who done it I flip flopped throughout the book as to the who part, but it kept

  10. Shanna Shanna says:

    A woman has been found dead, secrets are revealed, crime is solved There is very little action in this story, and LOTS of LOTS of reminiscing for the sake of back story, and also feelings I found it quite tedious to get through The characters are so shallow that the family drama was just a bunch of annoying whining Rice completely lost me when she went on and on about the greatness of motherhood Newsflash childfree lives are very fulfilling Ir

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