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THE LAST PLACE YOU LOOK KRISTEN LEPIONKA

July 15, 2017

The Last Place You Look Kristen Lepionka 

Paperback Published by Faber 6th July 2017

Pages 336

Paperback Amazon Just £2.99

 

Sarah Cook,a beautiful blonde teenager, Sarah Cook disappeared fifteen years ago, the same night her parents were brutally murdered in their suburban Ohio home. Her boyfriend Brad Stockton – black and from the wrong side of the tracks – was convicted of the murders and sits on death row, though he always maintained his innocence. As his execution nears, his devoted sister, insisting she has spotted Sarah at a local gas station, hires PI Roxane Weary to look at this cold case.

Reeling from the recent death of her cop father, Roxane is drawn to the story of Sarah’s disappearance, especially when she suspects a link between it and one of her father’s unsolved murder cases. Despite her self-destructive tendencies, Roxane starts to hope that she can save Brad’s life and her own.
MY REVIEW
Sara Cook disappeared the same night her parents were brutally murdered. Her boyfriend Brad Stockton was black and convicted of the murders. He was put on death row although he always claimed that he was innocence. Brad has been in jail for fifteen years. Danielle was shaken up about the date of her brother’s execution and she wants to do all that she can to help him get off. Danielle hires PI Roxane Weary because Danielle see Sara Cook at a local petrol station and needs Roxanes help to save Brad’s life. While Private Investigator Roxane is looking into Brad’s case three young ladies Mallory, Sarah and Colleen are all missing or dead from Belmont. It was a fact that Brad knew all three young ladies. Here is the question did brad kill his girlfriend, Sarah and her parents and Mallory who he knew at school and is he guilty over Colleen? I guess crime readers will have to read The Last You Look to find out a whole lot more that happens. I must admit the twists made me feel shock in every bone of my body.

 

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