[Epub] ↠ Her Final Words Author Brianna Labuskes – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Her Final Words It Seems Like An Open And Shut Case For FBI Special Agent Lucy Thorne When Eliza Cook Walks Into The Field Office The Teenage Girl Confesses To Murdering A Young Boy Disturbingly Composed, She Reveals Chilling Details Only The Killer Could Know Beyond That Eliza Doesn T Say Another Word, Leaving A Vital Question Met With Dead Silence Why Did She Do It To Find The Answer, Lucy Goes To The Scene Of The Crime In The Small Idaho Town Of Knox Hollow But Lucy S Questions Are Only Mounting Especially When She S Drawn Deeper Into The Life Of The Victim Then A Combing Of The Woods Yields Unsettling Evidence That Eliza Isn T The Only One In This Close Knit Rural Community With SecretsGetting To The Truth Is Becoming Lucy S Obsession And It S A Dangerous One Because For The Good Folks Of Knox Hollow, Hiding That Truth Will Take Than Silence


10 thoughts on “Her Final Words

  1. says:

    While only my second book by this author, it s clear that the setting and mood are important characteristics to the stories she tells.Her Final Words centers around a small town in Idaho called Knox Hollow Within its borders is a church known for its strict doctrines and tight control over its members While FBI Agent Lucy Thorne investigates the murder of Noah Dawson, this church and their beliefs are woven into the story None so than their belief that there should be no medical intervent While only my second book by this author, it s clear that the setting and mood are important characteristics to the stories she tells.Her Final Words centers around a small town in Idaho called Knox Hollow Within its borders is a church known for its strict doctrines and tight control over its members While FBI Agent Lucy Thorne investigates the murder of Noah Dawson, this church and their beliefs are woven into the story None so than their belief that there should be no medical intervention when someone is sick or hurt including children The state s Shield Law protects parents in these instances, but it is no less controversial Throughout the story we learn how difficult it is for the small Knox Hollow police department to coincide with this church.One of the fascinating aspects of the book is how little we know of our main character, Agent Thorne Often, this genre will provide a detailed character description along with a list of their flaws and demons Instead, Agent Lucy Thorne enters the story with very little background given As the story progresses we learn about who Lucy is not by her history, but by her actions and by how she interacts with Sheriff Hicks and Deputy Grant.While Lucy s narrative is the central POV, mixed in are chapter s from the events leading up to when Eliza confesses to FBI Initially, I feared I would get bored of seeing only one person s flashback So I was pleasantly surprised when the past events were told from multiple points of view By doing so we are given an incomplete picture of what transpired that helps to keep us guessing until the pieces finally start to fit together at the end.In general, Her Final Words comes across as a straight mystery suspense story with no alternating story lines told For me, this approach worked as it allowed me to focus only on the story at hand


  2. says:

    check back tomorrow for my review


  3. says:

    Brianna Labuskes has done it again, giving us another fantastic mystery to crawl inside our skulls and dance around for a bit She lays out tons of threads all over the small Idaho town of Knox Hollow, then expertly weaves them back together for a finale that will leave you unable to turn the pages fast enough.


  4. says:

    A decent enough thriller, if light on the characterisation and dialogue.


  5. says:

    A motive would be nice In Seattle, FBI Special Agent Lucy Thorne looks at Eliza Cook, a teen with porcelain skin and golden white hair who just confessed to the murder of twelve year old Noah Dawson in remote Knox Hollow, Idaho Eliza had traveled far and asked for Lucy by name Agent Thorne has just one long weekend to determine what happened in this secretive tight knit community strongly influenced by a church sect that shuns government interference Josiah Cook is the face of the church and A motive would be nice In Seattle, FBI Special Agent Lucy Thorne looks at Eliza Cook, a teen with porcelain skin and golden white hair who just confessed to the murder of twelve year old Noah Dawson in remote Knox Hollow, Idaho Eliza had traveled far and asked for Lucy by name Agent Thorne has just one long weekend to determine what happened in this secretive tight knit community strongly influenced by a church sect that shuns government interference Josiah Cook is the face of the church and his wife Rachel is the backbone It is said the church takes care of its own Taciturn Sheriff Wyatt Hicks has secrets His young stunning new deputy has secrets The cemetery is home to many young bodies and now Eliza s friend is missing Who could she turn to But a motive would be nice Labuskes offers an intense mystery with an excellent character in Agent Thorne who methodically uncovers layers of deceit while trusting no one Some developments are too convenient and a few questions are left unanswered, but there is a great concluding twist.Note This review was prepared for Library Journal


  6. says:

    A roller coaster of a readFBI agent Lucy Thorne goes to Knox Hollow to investigate a murder Eliza Cook has confessed to murdering a young boy, but Lucy doesn t know why she did it Once in Knox Hollow Lucy is faced with a cult like church and a town full of secrets.Her Final Words is a brilliant book that kept me hooked from beginning to end It is full of red herrings and dead ends The characters are well written and the story line tense.Highly recommended.


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