A woman in a man's world.
An enemy she never saw coming.
Police officer Kate Murphy thought she'd left her tumultuous past behind when she married Matt, but nothing could be further from the truth.
As problems and deceptions pile up both at home and at work, a disturbingly high number of animal deaths begin to spread in and around Boston. Kate will have to unravel a web of lies and connect the dots to solve the case and regain control over her life.
If you like dramatic police procedurals with characters who grow and become stronger as the story progresses, then you'll love this fast-paced yet emotional mystery.
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WARNING: This novella deals with sensitive subject matters that may upset some readers, such as animal cruelty, miscarriage, and abortion.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Last Lies by C C Jameson shines a light not only on how skillful a writer C C Jameson IS, but also on a story as well as a focus on female abuse in the work place. Quite a chunk. to tackle as an Author but tackle it this Author DID and in a skillful writing way at that. I thoroughly enjoyed The Last Lies and look forward to other books C C Jameson writes now. Suspenseful. Exciting. Informative. And well developed characters too! AND a well developed plot/story line and sub plot. So all component needed to deliver a well written book are in this one. ENJOY! I highly recommend this book.
Kate is a police officer trying to make detective. She is in a profession that seems to be a good ole boys club. She gets harassed at work. She finds out she is pregnant when taking her birth control pills daily. She is in a bad marriage and finds out her husband is cheating on her. She is working a animal killer case that seems to be spreading. This is a great read. It caught my interest from the beginning.
This is a story about a woman who is a survivor. She has no intention of being a victim and so she pursues her dream. Things don’t go to plan in her personal life and she meets resistance in her professional life. She’s a tough and is used to surviving. This is a great story, well presented, a bit rushed at times but a great read! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.