Julia Gooden remembers nothing about the worst night of her life. Thirty years ago, her nine-year-old brother, Ben, was abducted from the room they shared. Now a crime reporter at a Detroit newspaper, Julia tries to give others the closure she's never found. But guilt and grief over Ben's disappearance have left her fearful that whoever took her brother is going to come back. And then, on the anniversary of Ben's disappearance, Julia's worst fears are realized when her two-year-old son, Will, is snatched from his bed.
Convinced that the crimes are related, Julia tries to piece together memories from her final day with Ben. Are the sudden reminders of her brother clues that will lead her to her son's abductor or merely coincidence?
©2016 Jane Haseldine (P)2016 Dreamscape Media, LLC
Terrific audio of an emotional and thrilling book. And the last several hours keep you on the edge as the lead woman character navigates between family crisis and danger. Good job Kate Rudd on the reading and author Jane Haseldine. Can't wait for the second book and audio in this series.
I did not enjoy this book. I did not feel like the author really understood the love of a mother for her child and was more into the mothers passing. I felt like the narrator had a monotone quality and did not enjoy her narration.
I throughly enjoyed 'The Last Time She Saw Him'! It kept me on the edge of my seat - I didn't want to put it down! I look forward to more of Julia and her family's adventures...
And! I am happy to add Jane Haseldine to the list of my favorite mystery writers!
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