Her Last Day – T.R. Ragan

Isn’t this cover stunning? I mean those colors just pop!

Thanks to Wunderbooks PR for the copy in exchange for my honest review.

HER LAST DAY by T.R. Ragan (out now!)

This is also one of our #allthebookreviews selections 🙂


My Thoughts: 5/5 stars!

The cover alone is what drew me to this book, but then I read the synopsis and I knew I needed to dive into HER LAST DAY by T.R. Ragan. Intertwining stories, mystery, and a pace that will make you read the book in one sitting make for a thriller you won’t want to miss!

PI Jessie Cole makes her living find missing persons and solving cases. There is one case, however, that has consumed her life. The disappearance of her younger sister, Sophie, has become an obsession for Jessie for the past decade.

Then Ben Morrison, a reporter, experienced a horrific and life-changing car accident. Not only are there physical reminders of it, but he also developed amnesia from the ordeal. What brings Jessie and Ben together? While most of his life is a mysterious cloud, there is one person he can clearly remember: Sophie.

As they come together to try and solve Sophie’s disappearance and weed through Ben’s grainy memories, a serial killer starts to emerge. The Heartless Killer is a whole new nightmare for them both. Will they be able to survive the killer’s next move?

I can’t give away too much more in this novel. With these fast-pace thrillers you never want to accidentally spoil anything for new readers. All I have to say is that this book was so addictive. Ragan grabs you and doesn’t let you go until the very end. The seemingly unrelated stories throughout the book all intertwine perfectly at the end.

Overall, if you want an addictive, page turning thriller with flawed and relatable characters, then be sure to pick up HER LAST DAY. Make sure to clear out a good chunk of time, because once you start, you won’t want to stop.

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