Last Lullaby by Carol Wyer
Charlotte’s baby is safe. But is she?
As Natalie begins to delve deeper into the couple’s lives, she discovers that Adam has a dark past he’s been hiding and she’s sure that the Brannon’s teenage babysitter Inge has secrets of her own.
Then another mother is murdered on her doorstep in front of her young son, the word ‘why’ scrawled on the wall next to her.
When a young woman and her baby disappear, a member of Natalie’s own team is put in terrible danger. Can Natalie stop this twisted serial killer and save one of her own before more families are torn apart forever?
Gripping, fast-paced and nail-bitingly tense, this book will send shivers down your spine. Perfect for fans of Angela Marsons, Rachel Abbott and Karin Slaughter.
About the author:
The DI Robyn Carter series has earned her acclaim as a crime writer and the first book in the series, Little Girl Lost, shot to the #2 best-selling spot on Kindle #9 best-selling audiobook on Audible, and was also a USA Today top 150 best-seller.
Carol has been interviewed on numerous radio shows discussing ”Irritable Male Syndrome’ and ‘Ageing Disgracefully’ and on BBC Breakfast television. She has had articles published in national magazines ‘Woman’s Weekly’ featured in ‘Take A Break’, ‘Choice’, ‘Yours’ and ‘Woman’s Own’ magazines and the Huffington Post.
The second book in the Natalie Ward series really starts off with a bang. The imagery in this book is second to none and has such vibrant descriptions that I feel as if I am there with DI Ward.
Natalie is pulled into murder mystery of mothers and with her own personal problems it is hard for her.
A sick and twisted serial killer that Natalie and her team must solve before there are more murders.
This book is packed with emotions and shows another side of Natalie that I didn’t expect to see.
A wonderful second book and am looking forward to the next book in this series.
Natalie is a strong woman which I like but in this book I wasn’t as fond of her as in the first. She shows some weaknesses that made me dislike her just a little. However with that being said it doesn’t diminish what or where this character is going. And where that is to one of my favourite ones written.