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Last Breath

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2008

    Couldn't finish .....

    I am a Mariah Stewart fan but this book was disappointing. I couldn't finish it, the plot was boring and I couldn't identify with the characters at all. They were not likeable. I expected to like Connor from reading about him in previous books but he wasn't jumping off the pages at me. The plot was boring, the characters were cold and without depth, and the whole subject of the book and details of archeology made it difficult to get though this book.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 8, 2011

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    Read This Book!!!

    This latest installment in the Shields Series is an absolute hit. I loved the plot, the characters, and the killers at the end was a twist I didn't see coming. I loved Connor in this one. He seemed more down to earth. In the others in the series, he kind of comes off as a combination of super-spy and Batman. The only thing I would have changed is the fact that the level of sexual tension between Daria and Connor could have been higher.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2010

    This author ia new too me

    The author is a new find she creates her charcters very fast and doesn't slow the past of the story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2009

    Just ok

    This is the last book in the series and I guess I expected more from it. It was a little too predictable. Good, but predictable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2007

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    'Last Breath' grabs you with word one and doesn't let go until the final word. I enjoyed getting to know Conner Shields, who was introduced in her earlier series, as was Daria, and love the way she weaves her characters in and out of each book. The suspense builds with each page and I was clueless to the identity of the culprits until the very end! I highly recommend this book and everything Mariah Stewart has written!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Last Breath Mariah Stewart Ballantine, Aug 2007, $19.95 ISBN: 9780345492241 Internationally renowned archeologist Dr. Daria McGowan is euphoric that Howe University has provided with the first public exhibit of the incredible find of her great grandfather. In 1908 in Asia Minor, Alistair McGowan located the lost ancient city of Shandihar. The artifacts he brought home a century ago will finally be on display in Pennsylvania. As Daria prepares the exhibit, she notices some of the more valuable items listed in the meticulously accurate catalogue are missing. She turns to FBI Agent Connor Shields, whom she previously met for assistance. Connor has not forgotten her and sees this as an opportunity to see where their attraction leads them. They follow leads to the new owners of the artifacts, but in each case that person was brutally slain in a ritual killing with the artifact gone. Connor assumes that a Middle East based cult sworn to die to protect and in this case recover the treasures of the lost city are the killers, which means Daria is on the hit list. --- The latest Shields FBI romantic suspense thriller (see LAST WORD and LAST LOOK) is a thrilling whodunit that grips the audience from the onset when the person in the shadows vows to correct his failure (in 1908) and never slows down until the finish. The story is a fast-paced cat and mouse struggle between the lead pair and a diabolical dedicated killer with a lucid objective to cleanse the mistake of the last century. Mariah Stewart is at her best with the final Shields saga. --- Harriet Klausner

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