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by Caroline Lennon,Jane Casey

  • ISBN: 1445021684
  • Category: Thriller & Mystery
  • Author: Caroline Lennon,Jane Casey
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Other formats: lrf lrf mbr lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: ISIS Audio Books; Unabridged edition edition (September 1, 2012)
  • FB2 size: 1663 kb
  • EPUB size: 1893 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 538
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In The Last Girl, Jane Casey once again demonstrates her ability to write vivid, three-dimensional characters . I like Jane Casey's books and this is another gripping read featuring DC Maeve Kerrigan.

In The Last Girl, Jane Casey once again demonstrates her ability to write vivid, three-dimensional characters and spin a gripping, unpredictable mystery. As in some of her other plots, this does rely on a huge (huge!) coincidence, and the clues to the denouement are laid on rather unsubtly so that I had solved the problem before our heroine. Some of the husband/father's actions, too, are unbelievable too, especially A mother and daughter are found dead in their home, the husband unconscious upstairs - but why has the second daughter been left untouched?

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Narrated by Caroline Lennon. Books related to The Last Girl. The teenage girl was the first victim. Her throat cut to the bone, she didn’t stand a chance.

It was a shame I hadn’t been able to get hold of Savannah Wentworth herself, but after five increasingly rude phone calls her agent had promised to get her to call me. I wasn’t holding my breath. I wasn’t holding my breath next best thing was next on the list, Niele Adamkuté. Derwent looked at the name without enthusiasm. Who’s he when he’s at home?’. Another of Kennford’s clients. Someone else he let down?’. How the fuck does this guy have a good reputation if he can’t be bothered to do his job properly?’. I think he represented Adamkuté successfully enough. It was what happened.

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Written by Jane Casey, Audiobook narrated by Caroline Lennon. To make things worse, Liz is the ex-girlfriend of DCI Craig Gillard who is drawn into the investigation. Is it just a missing person or something worse? And what relevance do the events around the shocking Girl F case, so taken up by Knight, have to do with the present? The truth is darker than you could ever have imagined.

From award-winning author Jane Casey comes a powerful Maeve Kerrigan crime thriller which will keep you on the edge of your seat until the final page! How can you spot a murderer? Leo Stone is a ruthless killer.

From award-winning author Jane Casey comes a powerful Maeve Kerrigan crime thriller which will keep you on the edge of your seat until the final page! How can you spot a murderer? Leo Stone is a ruthless killer – or the victim of a miscarriage of justice. But now he’s free, and according to him, he's innocent.

Imprint: Ebury Digital. Published: 28/06/2012. Ireland's growing cadre of first rate thriller writers is already a thing to marvel at, and Jane Casey is emerging as one of its most accomplished members. Her mother, at least, had time to fight back. The Stranger You Know.

Jane Casey is an Irish-born author of crime novels. She studied English at Jesus College, Oxford. Casey, Jane (May 2012). She was born in Dublin in 1977 and grew up in Castleknock, 8 km (5 mi) west of the centre of Dublin. Her first book, The Missing, was published by Ebury Press in February 2010. It was shortlisted for the Ireland AM Crime Fiction Award. She then began a series of novels featuring DC (Detective Constable) Maeve Kerrigan: The Burning, The Reckoning, The Last Girl, The Stranger You Know and The Kill (which was shortlisted for the Ireland AM Crime Fiction Award 2014).

This ebook is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. This ebook may not be re-sold or given away to other people. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author. For my mini me, thanks for being such a cool kid.


Reviews about The Last Girl (7):
Whitehammer
I am enjoying the Maeve Kerrigan series based in London by Jane Casey. They are police procedurals. Many have given a synopsis of the plot of this book so I am going to say what I liked about the book.

It is character driven and as each book progresses, we learn more about each character and start to care about them. I think to really enjoy this series, one should start with book one as the backgrounds and characters are developed throughout the series. I have read the first three books of the series. This book The Last Girl was my least favorite of the three. I did enjoy it though. Sometimes I think the books could have some of the extra material taken out as this book did slow down for me at times. It was always interesting but still had its slow times. The solution to the main mystery was not totally believable to me. I do like this series due to the characters and will read the next book.
Maucage
Usually I take a break in series. Even if I like the characters and writing, I need a break. But this series is different. I'm marathon reading them. Each book is a self contained story in itself, but as a series it is irresistible. Maeve is very realistic, and not angry about all the inequality she deals with . She's.not hard boiled and abrasive, but very relatable. Good, compact stories,very satisfying.
Tat
I just finished the most recent book in the Maeve Kerrigan series and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
I've read the two previous books in the series, THE BURNING and THE RECKONING. The writing
is interesting, fast-paced, and realistic. I can't wait to read the next book in the series after
THE LAST GIRL. Jance Casey keeps getting better and better with each book.
Kitaxe
I know I'm Jane Casey's best new fan!! I really do enjoy her murder mysteries, and her characters and her writing and, and, and. . . .
This is the third one this week, I can't get enough. I'm staying up way too late and then I can't wait to start reading again next day. Don't deny yourself this pleasure. READ her. I would start with one, just to be sure you get the full flavor of the relationship between Maeve and Rob.
Enjoy.
Altad
Jane Casey is an author I accidentally stumbled upon and I couldn't be more grateful! I have devoured her Maeve Kerrigan series and can't wait to read whatever comes next! Whether it's these characters that I already know and love or completely new ones, I'll read anything she writes. I highly recommend you start with the first novel and keep going until you get your fill, at least of what's out there so far!
fabscf
Jane Casey is my new favorite female mystery writer. Literary her books pack so much more than just plot. The characters feel real.
In her Kerrigan series each book gets better. Read them in order.
Carrot
While reading this you can envision this as another wonderful British detective series. Very like-able characters- Dark themes mixed with humor. Not as dark as McBride but with a lot more humor and warmth than E. George. More comparisons could be drawn but those two come to mind.
This book is worth reading, especially is you like Jane Casey's other work and this brand of mystery writing. The characters are rich and the plot is decent, but I found some aspects of the story to be very predictable. If you've read the previous books in the Maeve Kerrigan series, you may find yourself accurately predicting what the characters are going to do, especially Maeve and Rob. I also found these two main characters to be a bit 1-dimensional and a bit too perfect at times. I lastly found parts of the plot, namely the story's conclusion, to be farfetched. That said, the story is definitely entertaining overall and worthy of 4 stars.

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