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Her Last Letter by [Johnson, Nancy C.]
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3.8 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews

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"Vivid scenes and a suspenseful plot - fun to read."

- Author Carol Cail -- Online Interview


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 783 KB
  • Print Length: 296 pages
  • Publisher: Penwyck Publishing LLC; 1st edition (25 April 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003JBHOVA
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #45,480 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book grabbed me immediately. I liked the summary and was hooked as soon as I started reading. It's a real page turner, and I liked the narrator a lot. The book is a mystery, a woman trying to figure out who murdered her sister. The way this author writes, I suspect ted EVERYBODY. She has a real talent for writing suspense. My only complaint is that I didn't understand why the narrator loved her husband as much as she claimed. They were always quick to anger with each other and most of their interactions seemed to be foreplay for sex. This didn't make me lose interest in the book - but I wouldn't have minded understanding that aspect of the narrator better. Otherwise, a good kind of book to lose yourself in. I also enjoyed reading about life in the Colorado Mountains in winter.
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By C. Bannister TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 Dec. 2010
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I nearly gave up on this book, something that I don't do very often.

The book starts with a rich woman. Gwyn, finding a letter written by her youngest sister, Kelly, who died in slightly suspicious circumstances. The letter reveals that Kelly had been involved with one of her elder sister's boyfriends, she mentions a box and says that she is scared she is going to be killed. Gwyn and Linda have since married the men they were involved with at the time and Gwyn is determined to find out who was responsible.

There is a lot about how Gwyn has suffered with depression since Kelly's death and how Linda didn't get on with Kelly. Once the two sister's engage a Private Investigator the story really picks up pace and I must admit I was eager to find out what happened.

All in all an OK read and at 74p a bargain!!
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By Detra Fitch TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 Feb. 2008
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Set in the Colorado mountain town of Glenwood Springs, close to Aspen. Gwyn Sanders is an artist and photographer. Years ago her sister, Kelly, had been killed by a hit-and-run driver. Police surmised she had been a random victim of a drunk driver. However, the killer had taken the time to drive her truck (which later proved to be the vehicle which struck her down) back to the house, pull it into the garage, and close the door. No one knows what really happened that fateful night. Gwyn and her remaining sister, Linda Lehman, have had no closure.

Gwyn finds a letter, long hidden by Kelly, revealing that she was sexually involved with her sister's boyfriend and was scared for her life. Gwyn and Linda have since married their boyfriends. It is obvious that either of their husbands could be guilty of Kelly's murder. Everyone knew of the fortune the sisters had received when their parents had died and neither sister dated the men long before wedding them. Only now does Gwyn realize that she and Linda honestly had little knowledge of either man's background. Danger surrounds Gwyn as she begins a search for the truth of what actually happened on the night of Kelly's death.

**** This mystery had me guessing and second guessing throughout the entire story. I came to actually care for Gwyn. I totally understood her fear of perhaps learning that the man she married may have had a hand in the death of her sister, Kelly. The author also includes Linda's reaction of not caring and not wanting to find out what happened since it was all in the past anyhow. The two sisters may have different reactions about Kelly's death, but the two still show the sibling bond that most have in the real world. I found it to be very realistic.
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I really enjoyed this book. The plot was well written and intriguing - it had me gripped all the way through.

Who murdered Kelly? Why? And what is happening to the sisters?

Some of it, you may feel you have worked out - but read on - things are hidden in this book - it was great!¬

I shall be looking for more by this author!
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I was wondering how this book managed to get published until I realised it is a Kindle Direct (self published).

The story had so much potential and would have lived up to the "blurb" on the "back cover" if only the author managed to get a grip on the plot, sub plots, point of view, emotional depth, characterisation, dialogue and so forth. The characters were two dimensional and had absolutely no emotional depth to them -- for example; there is a scene where she comes face to face with her sister's killer and it was, "OK, ho hum" -- there was abslutely no reaction. The plot was contrived and unbelievable.

If the author had concentrated on developing the main plot line and perhaps one or two subplots, developed her characters, develop good natural dialogue and added emotional punch then this story would have been a great read. As is it, it screams "first draft" version with everything being all over the place.
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This book had me completely engrossed for six or so hours it took me to read it. It is perhaps longer than it needs to be, but it kept my interest fully engaged. I think the suspense elements work well and though there were only four viable suspects I enjoyed the way Nancy Johnson kept me guessing and shifting my focus from one guilty party to another.

Two years after the death of her younger sister, Kelly, Gwyn Sanders is still devastated and finding it difficult to move on with her life. When she discovers a letter in her dead sister's handwriting confessing to sleeping with one of her sisters' boyfriends and stating that she fears for her life, it opens a can of worms. Gwyn and her remaining sister Linda have now both married their 'then' boyfriends and could be living with their sister's murderer, who could murder one or both of them if they start snooping around.

A book I would certainly reread in the future. I also recommend The Case Of The Missing Boyfriend, which is not another thriller as I thought, but is just as good.
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