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The Last Victim

The Last Victim

Dr Charlotte Stone sees what others do not. An expert in criminal pathology, Charlie regularly sits face-to-face with madmen. She’s been obsessed with learning what makes human monsters commit terrible crimes since she was sixteen, when a man butchered the family of her best friend Holly, then left the girl’s body on a seaside boardwalk one week later. Charlie kept quiet about her eerie postmortem visions of Holly and her mother. And even years later, knowing it might undermine her credibility as a psychological expert, she tells no one about the visits she gets from the spirit world. Now all-too-handsome FBI agent Tony Bartoli suspects the Boardwalk Killer is back. A teenage girl is missing, her family slaughtered. With time running short for the innocent girl, Bartoli turns to the only person who could stop this vicious murderer. But Dr. Charlotte Stone sees what others do not. And she sees the Boardwalk Killer coming for her.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Romance

On Sale: 6th December 2012

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781444767124

Reviews

Robards is one terrific storyteller
<i>Chicago Tribune</i> on WHISPERS AT MIDNIGHT
'The action rarely lets up ... The plot ...will keep the readers turning the pages.'
<i>Publishers Weekly</i>
Thrilling ... A fun and sexy read.
Booklist
Using her patented blend of humour, drama, passion and suspense, Robards aces another novel ... Terrific as always
<i>Romantic Times Book Club</i> on BAIT
'Robards is one of the most reliable thriller-romance writers in the world. Here she's on top form. It's smart, tense and hard to put down, with a neat romantic twist.'
<i>Daily Mail</i> on SLEEPWALKER
Filled with gritty thrills and featuring a psychopathic madman, this suspense tale will truly have you on the edge of your seat!
RT Book Reviews
Top-notch ... Suspense mixed with heart-pounding sensual tension.
Kirkus Reviews
'A feast of menace and mystery'
<i>Woman's Day</i> on SUPERSTITION