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If you loved Neil Sheridan in Brady’s debut, One Scream Away, you’ll love his brother Mitch in her newest, taut novel. The author seems to have an innate talent for creating gripping suspense with witty and determined characters. Last to Die is a roller-coaster ride, full of ups and downs, twists and turns. Hold on tight!

Dani Cole has taken care of herself all her life. As a detective, she’s found a calling, helping those in need. When a prostitute who turned her life around with Dani’s help is murdered, Dani makes it her mission to find the killer. The case puts her in the path of Mitch Sheridan, an old flame whose foundation seems to be connected to the killer’s motive. Mitch has spent his life doing penance for his inability to protect those he loved. Being reunited with Dani throws him back in time and provides him with a chance at redemption. As more prostitutes are killed, Dani and Mitch race to find the answers. (FOREVER, Sep., 432 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Annette Elton