Last Words

Last Words From New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart comes a novel of sexy romantic suspense for fans of Nora Roberts Catherine Coulter and Karen RobardsIS KILLER TAKES THEIR BREATH AWAY A nine yea

  • Title: Last Words
  • Author: Mariah Stewart
  • ISBN: 9780345492234
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Paperback
  • Last Words

    From New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart comes a novel of sexy romantic suspense for fans of Nora Roberts, Catherine Coulter, and Karen RobardsIS KILLER TAKES THEIR BREATH AWAY A nine year veteran of the FBI, special agent Mia Shields thinks she s seen it all But nothing prepares her for the terror that descends upon the idyllic bayside community of St DFrom New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart comes a novel of sexy romantic suspense for fans of Nora Roberts, Catherine Coulter, and Karen RobardsIS KILLER TAKES THEIR BREATH AWAY A nine year veteran of the FBI, special agent Mia Shields thinks she s seen it all But nothing prepares her for the terror that descends upon the idyllic bayside community of St Dennis, on Maryland s Eastern Shore, where a depraved killer has left a grisly surprise for Chief of Police Gabriel Beck the body of an unidentified woman, naked and completely encased in plastic wrap, stretched across the back seat of Beck s car Hidden in the wrapping is a tape recording of the victim s last, gasping words, terrifying evidence of the horror endured at the hands of a madman Soon the body count begins to rise as victims are found, all gruesomely cocooned, their final pleas also captured on tape Determined to catch the sadistic killer, Beck and Mia team up and set a trap with Mia as bait But their prey is closer than they ever could have imagined Now Beck must race against time to save Mia from becoming the next victim of a serial killer as elusive as he is evilNUS This edition includes an excerpt from Mariah Stewart s Last Breath.

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    1. Paula

      Police chief Gabriel Beck fears that a serial killer resides in his small bayside tourist town of St. Dennis, Maryland. Mia Shields is the troubled FBI agent assigned to assist Beck in his search for the killer.I really enjoyed this book a lot. The characters were likable, the killer was sick and twisted, and the story moved along at just the right pace so I never got bored. However, those looking for romance with their suspense may be disappointed since the book keeps its focus on the investiga [...]

    2. Joyce

      Contrary to a lot of the reviews regarding this novel, I found it to be entertaining and interesting. Yes, I did spot the villain early on, but the work of learning who he was (by the protagonists) and capturing him was relatively well done. Also what is better than chick lit that isn't?

    3. Michelle

      I gave Mariah Stewart another try because the plot sounded promising. Frankly, I was bored. I figured out who the killer was halfway through and that's basically when the plot started anyways.

    4. Suequeenofchaos Catchpole

      Really enjoyed this book. It was one of those books you just can't put down. It kept you guessing right till the end. Will be looking to checking out some more of Mariah Stewart's books.

    5. Dotti Elrick

      I really enjoyed this book. I was a little disappointed by the last couple of FBI books by Mariah Stewart, the mystery/thriller aspect of them was just missing for me. This book has brought it back. It was great.Gabriel Beck is the police chief of the small bay town of St. Dennis Maryland. When he gets a call from a neighboring towns police chief needing help. What they find is stunning to say the least. The body of a missing girl has been found on her family's front porch. Wrapped in plastic. T [...]

    6. Maura

      This second book in the Last Series (which must be attached to an earlier series) follows the only daughter in the Shields family, Mia. She's still pretty devastated by her brother's betrayal and taking heaps of her own blame for it. She's pulled into a case in a small town where a man is kidnapping, raping and suffocating women and the local police force, led by Chief Beck, is struggling to solve it. Beck has his own problems stemming from his family. Together, with the help of profiler Anne Mc [...]

    7. Jim

      Read this today. One of many of hers I've read now. Don't know if it was my mood but, at the beginning, the process the killer used was too graphic for me. I also found it annoying that every female of significance had to be "pretty." At the very end, she at least did not abuse a possible comment about looks from the Chief of police.Other than that, she generally writes well and her books usually move quickly, as is the case with this one. As is common through her books, there's always a romanti [...]

    8. Toni

      This is a tight, tense story, without the usual sexual titillation or professional animosity between FBI and local constabulary. Both Mia and Gabe have skeletons in their closets and a little too much reference is made to people not in the story and events happening before the story begins, which made me want to know more about them. Is this novel part of a series? Should I get the others to be fully in the know about this book? Some of the things mentioned actually sounded more interesting than [...]

    9. Roz Curney-Sherod

      Second book in the "Last" series. Honestly, I enjoyed the first book, " Last Look" much better. I was able to guess who the killer was fairly early in this story but the plot was enjoyable enough to continue the story to find out the why and there were enough twists and red herrings thrown in to hold your interest and make you want to continue. Our main characters "Mia Shields" FBI and "Gabriel Beck" local Chief of Police had a very professional relationship and it was interesting to see if they [...]

    10. Anne Hartman

      Pretty creepy - a serial murderer would abduct women, keep them for a few weeks (and torture thembut thankfully, none of it was graphically detailed), then he would wrap them in Saran wrap and leave them around town. This all happened in an area of 4 small towns, and the local police forces worked together on the cases. One of them (Beck) called in the FBI for assistanceThe author did a great job of leading me towards thinking that 'this' character or 'that' character was the killerny of the cha [...]

    11. Marca

      Gabriel Beck, Chief of Police of small town St. Dennis on the Maryland shore, calls for help from the FBI when the plastic-wrap cocooned bodies of missing young women start turning up in his town. Agent Mia Shields arrives and the hunt is on. Mia and a FBI profiler strongly believe that the killer is local and someone everyone knows. Mia openly challenges the killer during a press conference. The problem is that the man described by an expert FBI profiler fits many of the men who live in the tow [...]

    12. Ayu Wirdha

      Mirip2 dgn tipe novel Beverly Barton, polisi daerah yg meminta bantuan FBI utk mengusut kasus pembunuhan yg disertai dgn penculikan, rape, penyiksaan yg krnungkinan pelakunya adalah org yg familier. Sy suka dgn kerjasama, karakter antara Amy & Beck, mengalir ga monoton atau datar walaupun di akhir cerita mereka baru akan berhubungan jadi tdk ada kiss2 atau apapun. Tp balik lg sy selalu membandingkam dgn Eve Dallas (JD Robb) dari insting, kemampuan menghadapi para penjahat, rasa hati2 & i [...]

    13. Amanda Ainge

      This book was the first one of Mariah Stewart's that I guessed the bad guy before the very end. And it was DARK, this entire series is one of her darker ones (that I have read anyway). But, with that said, I really do like her writing style and I enjoy her books. I'm slowly getting through her entire library, I think I need a break from all the suspense once I finish the current series I am on. I keep having nightmares! She's not my favorite author ever, and her books are one time reads for me, [...]

    14. Ashley

      Another winner for Stewart, a much less predictable killer in this one and a good climax at the end of the book. It seems that she easily intertwines the FBI and the police with such expertise. The last one in the Last series was alluded to in this one and I can't wait to see if she does archaelogy just as well.

    15. Megan

      I hate when I guess the killer this book never had momentum. It was pretty lame and I struggled just to finish it. There was no character building and what consisted of the core was still lacking personality. You don't have to read it to continue on with the series -- had I known that, I wouldn't have picked it up.

    16. Barbara ★

      A serial murderer who abducts women, tortures them for days and then wrap them in plastic wrap and dumps them in a four town radius. The local cops of the four towns join forces to ferret out the bag guy with a little help from the FBI. This is very suspenseful and creepy and had me guessing until the reveal. Mariah Stewart never disappoints.

    17. Regan

      OMG! What a shocker. This is one of those thrillers where you don't want to stop reading because you want to find out who did it but at the same time, putting out the lights just isn't an optionhe might be there in the dark.

    18. Shannon Clark

      Have loved all of Mariah's books so far. This one had me turning the pages quickly to find out who the killer was. I won't spoil it for you, but I was about to whip out a notepad and start taking notes on each possible suspect I was so into it!!

    19. Stacie

      This is my 5th Mariah Stewart novel and I was quite disappointed. It was very slow starting off, and predictable. Usually, her books leave me guessing. There were also a lot of references to characters in her other books that leave you wondering if you haven't read them.

    20. Iridescent Speculist

      Stupid book. Guessed the killer in first 10 pages. Story moves at a snail place, heroe are dumband side stories adsthing to the main plot. Pathetic. 2 stars just for d effort put into writing a novel in d first place.

    21. Len Romano

      Quick read, just wish all the revealing facts in these books weren't in the last 15 pages. Very like able characters made this a good read, however. Mia from the FBI as well as Beck, the St. Dennis sheriff were the key characters in the plot both battling their own demons.

    22. Nicole

      I liked the book, and was genuinely upset when one of the characters died. The only problem I had was that I guessed the killer fairly easy. That and Mia was a tad annoying, but that was much easier to deal with.

    23. Melissa Hongisto

      Seriously, aren't these supposed to be romances? The mystery was interesting. But I feel like this could have been done differently. More reason behind the love interest (no matter how small it is).

    24. Maggie Shanley

      Suspense that kept me reading even after I had read the last few pages! An FBI agent takes a case on the beautiful Chesapeake Bay. Women are going missing and then returned wrapped in plastic after being raped and tortured for an extended period of time.

    25. Barbara

      Great writinge perfect beach who done itd full of suspenceI was guesing until the last minute who the murderer was and how he kept getting away with such diabolical kidnappings and murdersd everyone in town knew him!

    26. Michelle

      this was my second mariah stewart book given to me by a friend. I would not seek her out to read but if given the book for free would readd. this one was better than the other one but not at the end. just not that well written IMHO.

    27. Judy

      I liked this book. Lots of suspense. Multiple young girl victims. Local cop, pretty FBI gal and pretty FBI profiler.

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