Title: Last Goodbye (previously titled THE SWEETHEART KILLER)
Author: Arlene Hunt
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You’re young. You’re in love. You’re in terrible danger …
A completely unputdownable thriller from Amazon chart bestseller Arlene Hunt.
‘The woman’s body lay on the bed, hair fanned out in a golden halo, blue eyes open. On the table stood an unmistakable sign: a bouquet of bright yellow roses…’
On a freezing January morning, a young couple is found dead in their cottage in the quiet Dublin suburbs. When Detective Eli Quinn arrives at the scene his stomach drops. It’s the second double homicide in as many months where the killer has left a bunch of yellow roses.
Tucked between the thorns is a little card, with an image of a broken heart. There’s no doubt the killer is trying to send a message, but what do the flowers mean? And can Eli figure out the killer’s motive, before they strike again?
Utterly gripping, fast-paced and nail-bitingly tense, this serial killer thriller will keep you up reading all night. If you love Angela Marsons, Rachel Abbott and Patricia Gibney, you won’t be able to put this down.
Arlene spent her childhood with ‘my nose buried in a book’. She was a fierce debate-captain in school and her love of language was bound to lead her to writing. Alongside being an author, she writes, edits and reviews briefs for radio.
Arlene is married with one daughter and lives with a crotchety one-eyed cat named Binkley and a German Shepherd named Archer, who is not at all crotchety.
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Arlene Hunt has an amazing mind when it comes to getting into the psychological thrillers. Her books are always full of such detail and her attention to the details make me really pleased when I read her book.
This book was very intriguing as deals with some of the craziest ideas in regards to a killer. What I like is that the two main characters are complete opposites and I can see a lot of friction coming between those two.
Roxy Malloy is probably one of the best characters in a new book that I have read in a long while. She is headstrong and doesn’t follow orders too well. What I like is that she really does have the best of intentions and cares about the welfare of others while at the same time trying to make herself known in the world that she is in.
Eli Quinn I wasn’t all that fond of but he was really the balm to the rash Malloy and helped keep her in place and actually not rushing off in all different directions. He actually seems to have a calming influence even if he does seem to be more intimidating then helpful
This is the start of a new series and it seems very impressive. I really want to see just where Arlene Hunt will take this series. Way to go on the fabulous book.