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  • Posted July 10, 2010

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    How Do You Really Know If You're Sane Or Not...?

    Seeking to put the pain of an abusive childhood behind her, Mariella appears to be living a picture-perfect life with her loving husband and wonderful children...her idyllic fantasy world soon comes crashing down, though, when her husband comes home one night covered in blood, demanding that she burn his clothes. After she discovers a patch of human hair in the grill of his car, Mariella begins a slow descent into the depths of mental and spiritual destruction as long-suppressed memories of her traumatic childhood come rushing back to haunt her in force. Headed for what will surely be a deadly breakdown, can Mariella's long-lost sister, Helen, spare her - and her unsuspecting family - before it's too late...?

    Rife with a host of intriguing twists and turns, The Last Saint is a riveting suspense thriller. In impressive fashion, author Annette Sobolak takes the reader deep into the mind and heart of a conflicted heroine struggling to come to grips with the darker aspects of her nature - a spiritual struggle with which we are all familiar on some level. Further adding to the climactic conflict with which Mariella contends is an element of genuine psychological drama, highlighting the ongoing internal battle for the soul that impacts our daily thoughts and deeds on a more profound level than many of us realize.

    An all-engrossing page-turner that culminates in a shocking conclusion, The Last Saint is an entertaining literary thrill ride. A must-read for fans of compelling, well-crafted tales of drama and suspense.


    Josee Morgan
    Apex Reviews

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