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Book Review of The Last Thing He Told Me

The Last Thing He Told Me
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Helpful Score: 1

When Hannah Hall receives a note from her husband that says "Protect her", she knows that Owen is referring to his sixteen-year-old daughter Bailey. Phone calls to Owen go unanswered. Hannah learns that her husband's boss has been arrested for financial fraud and the FBI want to talk to Owen. Hannah quickly discovers that there are many things about his past that her husband never told her.

Hannah and Bailey do not have the best relationship, but Hannah is determined to protect Bailey and find out why her husband has suddenly disappeared. Hannah and Bailey dig into Owen's past and uncover more than they bargained for.

This book was told from Hannah's point-of-view. I would call this book a domestic mystery. There really wasn't any suspense to the story. The pacing was very slow. I kept waiting for something exciting to happen, but it never did. Maybe I missed something when I was listening to the audiobook, because I still had questions at the end of the book. My rating: 3 Stars.

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