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‘Last Witness’ By Carys Jones

LAST WITNESS‘ – (Wrong Number #2)

Cover Image Of 'Last Witness' By Carys JonesThe darkness was a vessel. It took Amanda away from the mansion. As she lay on her side she could feel the rumble of the car’s engine vibrating through her body. Her senses became distorted. Initially she tried to follow her journey, tried to interpret each bend, each turn. But it quickly became too difficult.

She felt her tears soaking into the rough carpet against her cheek, her ears filled with her own muffled, anguished cries.

McAllister was going to kill her.

Her mind refused to entertain other possible solutions. McAllister didn’t believe in loose ends or forgiveness. When the lid of the boot opened up again Amanda would probably be minutes, even seconds, from certain death.

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8 comments
  • Everything you’ve shared about this book (and author) sounds quite appealing! I really should put it on my wish list… there’s just so much already there!

    • Hi Kelly,

      So far I am about half way through reading this book and I am thoroughly enjoying the chase and the story line.

      Carys has done an amazing job of making this work as a stand alone story, despite it being the sequel to ‘Wrong Number’.

      I have a couple more of her books in my pipeline and I am truly of the opinion that, as long as Carys keeps writing them, I am definitely going to keep reading them!

      Thanks for visiting today and I hope that all is well with you 🙂

    • Hi Laura,

      This definitely isn’t one for the faint-hearted and I still haven’t worked out any potential outcome for the two main protagonists. Speculation is futile as I would probably be totally wrong!

      Thanks for taking the time to stop by and Happy Reading 🙂

    • You don’t know the half of it, Sarah. McAllister is definitely one mean son of a gun!

      I am definitely enjoying this one, although I can’t get the time to read it as quickly as I would like and I am determined not to peek ahead at any of the remaining pages!

      Thanks for the visit and enjoy the rest of your week 🙂

    • I really want to just curl up with this one and finish reading it in a single sitting, so eager am I to see how it all works out!

      Alas, that simply isn’t going to happen, so I am slogging through page by page, still none the wiser as to an outcome. Things look more and more bleak for Amanda and Shane with every word I read!

      Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you are reading something good 🙂

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