In the aftermath of her mother's murder, Dr. Kate English reaches out to her estranged best friend to investigate when Kate starts getting anonymous texts from the killer. From the internationally bestselling author of The Last Mrs. Parrish.
Fans of Constantine’s debut novel, The Last Mrs. Parrish, know that this sister duo, Lynne and Valerie Constantine, excels at depicting manipulative women ... Experienced thriller fans may guess some of the big twists in The Last Time I Saw You, but they’re not likely to see all of them coming. From murder and madness to secrets and fraught family relationships, the non-stop glitz gives this tale soapy sheen that makes for perfect escapist summer reading.
An absorbing tale for readers willing to surrender to some unlikely character behaviors and an occasionally predictable plot, although fans of Gone Girl and its successors will appreciate an ending that puts a pricey shoe on one foot and then changes it again . . . and again.
... another psychological thriller filled with compelling twists and complex characters, and while it lacks a bit of the previous novel’s wow factor, it’s definitely a book fans of this genre should plan to pick up ... If you don’t like reading stories filled with extremely wealthy characters, The Last Time I Saw You isn’t the book for you ... The author does try to make her relatable, but the huge amount of privilege that’s a part of Kate’s everyday life was hard to swallow at times ... I was completely shocked by the identity of the killer ... I wouldn’t say The Last Time I Saw You is one of the best thrillers I’ve read lately, but it’s far from one of the worst. It must be hard to follow something as stellar as Ms. Constantine’s first novel, but this was a solid effort, and an overall enjoyable read.