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- Print Length: 385 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1786811456
- Publisher: Bookouture (April 12, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 12, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06VY6NMZ3
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Last Breath: A gripping serial killer thriller that will have you hooked (Detective Erika Foster Book 4) Kindle Edition
|Length: 385 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||
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Even though the killer is known throughout the story, we still have a lot to learn about who he is and why he's driven to kill. The development of the main characters continues and we see through Erika's actions just how passionate she is about her work. She's still a bit hesitant about her relationship with Peterson but I've really enjoyed the way the author has taken his time with it, letting it slowly unfold as Erika comes to grips with these new found feelings.
The plot itself, while nothing new, is still riveting because of the people involved in the story and their own unique personalities. They painstakingly work the clues, search for evidence, and build their case. While I much prefer a US setting and seldom buy books set in a foreign country, with this author I make an exception. I snap up his work as soon as it hits the shelves and get straight to reading it. This one didn't disappoint. That the killer searches for his targets on social media comes as no surprise but the fact he takes his time building a phone profile, creating a persona his next victim will surely be attracted to, makes you wonder just who you can believe these days. Do you chat with strangers? Do you honestly think they are who they say they are? Are you being set up like the young women in the story? And how much information is safe to share with others? Just what are you setting yourself up for? It certainly makes you stop and think about it!
This one I definitely recommend! It kept me turning the pages and I finished it in just a few hours time.
The killer in this one was super realistic for me, as was the issue the author touched on with regards to social media and putting yourself out there. All the characters were well thought out, three dimensional.
POTENTIAL SPOILER BELOW:
I thought the part with Bryony and Darryl in the car was just hilarious. When she kinda flipped out on him and he was actually scared - it all went down the drain for Bryony afterward but yeah, that was a highlight for me. Peterson is also just so sweet and caring, and willing to put up with Erika's baggage (understandable baggage, but still baggage) which is just awesome. This book made me feel all kinds of ways. I love that we get an inside view of the villain, so to speak. The reader actually connects with him on a deeper level (don't judge me) which makes him all the more nefarious.
I love that people from all cultures and walks of life are included in the stories. I've never been to London but I feel transported in both good and bad ways whenever I read the books in this series.
Hoping to read more about Erika in the future, especially after the promotion. Also, what the heck is going on with Marsh? I was kinda bummed that his marriage is falling apart. Marcie seemed a little vapid but I felt he really loved her - I guess it's a testament to how hard officers/detectives have to work and just how much it affects their home lives.
This series is developing nicely with more insight into Erika's prickly character and difficulty with personal relationships. She's quite brash and forceful in pushing her way into the murder investigation (but for some reason gets away with it) but it's clearly where she belongs. She's also becoming more open to others and her relationship with Peterson is developing nicely. The novel is written in short punchy chapters which move between the police investigation and the murderer as he grooms his victims until they are ready to lure into meeting him resulting in a fast paced novel with the tension building to a thrilling finish. Highly recommended!
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