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Maeve Kerrigan [is] a fascinating and plausible character. What she has is persistence, integrity, and emotional intelligence, and a very deft way of insinuating herself into a readers affections. The Irish Independent (UK)Vast wealth offers London defense attorney Philip Kennford a lot of things: a gorgeous house with a pool in the backyard, connections in the top echelons of society, a wardrobe worthy of Milan runways. But his money doesnt provide a happy marriage, or good relationships with his twin daughtersand it does nothing to protect his family when someone brutally murders his wife and daughter in their own home.When Detective Constable Maeve Kerrigan arrives at the scene, the two survivorsPhilip and his second-favorite daughter, Lydiaboth claim to have seen nothing, but its clear right away that this is an unhappy family accustomed to keeping secrets. Maeve soon finds herself entangled in a case with a thousand leads that all seem to point nowhere, and it doesnt help that her boss, whom she trusts more than almost anyone, is starting to make decisions that Maeve finds questionable at best.In The Last Girl, Jane Casey once again demonstrates her ability to write vivid, three-dimensional characters and spin a gripping, unpredictable mystery.
|Publication date:||21st May 2013|
|Publisher:||Brilliance Audio Brilliance Audio|