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The Last Time I Saw You
The Last Time I Saw You: A Novel | Liv Constantine
The internationally bestselling author of The Last Mrs. Parrish follows that success with an addictive novel filled with shocking twists about the aftermath of a brutal high-society murder. Kate English’s mother, Lily Michaels, is dead, the victim of a terrifying attack in her tony suburban Baltimore home. Barely keeping it together for the sake of her family, Kate is surprised and grateful to see Blaire Barrington, her old high school BFF, at the funeral. Thick as thieves from middle school through college graduation, the girls fell out on the morning of Kate’s wedding to the confident, arrogant Simon English nearly fifteen years before. Almost instantly the years of separation fall away, and Kate and Blaire slip comfortably back into their old roles. Kate, now a prominent heart surgeon, is the accomplished, anxious achiever, while Blaire, a bestselling mystery author, serves as her fierce defender against all enemies. And now more than ever, Kate needs Blaire’s loving protection. Lily’s killer is still out there . . . and has begun taunting Kate with threatening notes sometimes accompanied by gruesome clues. Without any solid leads, the police investigation has stalled. As the messages become increasingly macabre, Blaire decides to take matters into her own hands, alienating friends and relatives with her relentless, almost accusatory questions. As Blaire pushes further, the danger for those around her—including the increasingly unstable Kate—grows. But will her relentless quest for the truth push her—and Kate—over the edge? In this second novel, told with the lightning pace of The Last Mrs. Parrish, Liv Constantine raises the stakes, creating an exquisitely tension-filled and absorbing tale of psychological suspense in which innocent lives—and one woman’s sanity—hang in the balance.
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Kristy_K
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A slow burn psychological thriller that has you questioning whether or not the main characters are sane or if they are losing touch with reality. After Kate‘s mom is murdered she begins receiving threats from the supposed killer. She heavily relies on Blaire, her estranged BFF to help figure out who close to her could be the killer and stalker. I was able to guess the main culprit early on but that didn‘t detract from the enjoyment of this novel.

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Jenken1998
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The reviews are hot or cold on this one. I liked it though. Lots of suspense, suspects and tension. Kate's mother is murdered. The murderer may be someone close to her and Kate appears to be the next target. Her estranged best friend, a crime writer, returns to assist in solving the crime and reclaim their lost friendship. That's all i can say really without spoiling the twists and turns. A fun and anxiety producing read. 🐭🐭🐭🐭

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TheBookkeepersApprentice
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Seems like a lot of people feel the same way about this book as I do-it was okay, but not great. The twist ending was surprising but felt forced and didn‘t make a lot of sense in context with the rest of the book. Loved The Last Mrs. Parrish though.

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Jenken1998
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Salt water and a good book.. relaxing before the afternoon monsoons arrive..the guys are getting some fishing in.

jillannjohn Curious to know what you think about this. I didn‘t Love Mrs. Parish but this one sounds like fun. 1mo
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guinsgirlreads
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Mehso-so

This one was a slow-burn for me and at times confusing. A lot of characters and a tad repetitive. A decent twist to the story in there though.

Book 11/20 (I upped the goal) of my #book fitness challenge #bfc

@wanderinglynn

wanderinglynn Awesome that you upped your goal! You‘re doing excellent! 🙌🏻 2mo
BookwormAHN Way to go 👏🏻 2mo
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JenReadsAlot
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Mehso-so

This was okay. The ending was kind of a disappointment for me. Really enjoyed her other book.

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Jemgirl2014
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This is no sophomore slump for the Constantine sisters. I may even say this is even better than their first book, which I adored. Kate's tormentor is so twisted that I couldn't keep my eyes from bugging out at the sheer audacity displayed by the individual. In the end, I just felt sad for the person and if you read the book you will understand why. The plot twist is appreciated and it definitely makes the book that much better. So fantastic! ❤

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guinsgirlreads
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Did more boxes and steps.. time for my book again! #bfc #bookfitnesschallenge

@wanderinglynn

kspenmoll 🙌🏻🙌🏻 2mo
wanderinglynn Way to go! 🙌🏻 2mo
BookwormAHN Great job 👏🏻 2mo
Read4life Nice job! 💙🤓 2mo
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Jemgirl2014
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This book reminds me of Mary Higgins Clark during her heyday. Only a few chapters in and I'm loving it so far!

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TheLibrarian
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Mehso-so

Kate seems to have it all – an excellent career, a wonderful husband & daughter, a beautiful house, & she‘s an heiress to a large fortune. One night Kate‘s mother is murdered at home. After the funeral, Kate receives a creepy anonymous text message and to make matter worse, the police haven‘t found the killer yet.

It would have been a pick but the very end dragged on for me a little too much and I guessed what some of the twists were.

#NetGalley

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LaceyDoesLit
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GirlWellRead
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Panpan

This one didn't do anything for me. The writing was not good-there were little/no conjunctions or connecting words, instead there were short, choppy staccato sentences and after a while, this is exhausting to read. The characters lacked depth and the story was completely underwhelming. The writers struggled with pace, and plot as a whole. Just when things seemed to get moving, there would be an abrupt shift in focus to tertiary characters.

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kezzlou85
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This was a quick read and really kept my attention. The story was clever and had some brilliant twists. I figured some out but not all. The story builds to a big finish that was well written and interesting. I liked the ending it was an interesting take and fitted with the story. All the characters were interesting and brought more depth to the story. A great thriller that keeps you guessing.
#Netgalley

SilversReviews I enjoyed this book too. 2mo
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SilversReviews
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HAPPY PUB DAY!!

Have you read this book yet?

Review here: https://tinyurl.com/y483sj8b

Happy Reading!!

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SilversReviews
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HAPPY DAY BEFORE PUB DAY!!

FULL REVIEW: https://tinyurl.com/y483sj8b

A dead body, a threatening text, dead animals with a child‘s nursery rhyme attached, more threatening texts and packages, the return of a long-lost friend, and a confused, frightened family await the reader in THE LAST TIME I SAW YOU.

Who could have murdered lovable, charitable Lily? Why did Lily want to change her will a few days before she was murdered?

k.reads.5 Great review! I really enjoyed The Last Mrs. Parrish. 2mo
SilversReviews @pl.2886 Thank you...it was a good read. Thanks for commenting. 2mo
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Lauren.Archer
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This was a very fast paced thriller that will keep you guessing until the end. This book starts with the death of Kate's mother Lily, and it appears to be foul play. Kate then starts to receive threats or is she. This book will mess with you mind and nothing is what it seems. Liv Constantine knows how to write a good thriller and this one does not disappoint.

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SilversReviews
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FULL REVIEW WILL BE ON MAY 6.

Who could have murdered lovable, charitable Lily? Why did Lily want to change her will a few days before she was murdered?

This book will be enjoyed by women's fiction fans as well as mystery fans so put your thinking caps on and hone up on your detective skills. 5/5

k.reads.5 Thanks for your thoughts on this one! I loved their last book, The Last Mrs. Parrish. 3mo
SilversReviews @pl.2886 I liked it. The end was a bit abrupt, but still good. 3mo
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shellleigh33
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Today has already started out to be a great day. Woke up and had won a giveaway. Then got to work and my coworker gave me two books that are ARC. I am so excited to read these. Has anyone else read any of these? If so what was your thoughts?

mcipher Yay! Congrats!! Haven‘t read any of these but that sounds like such a fun day. 😊 4mo
shellleigh33 I will have to pass the love on @mcipher hope you have a wonderful trip (edited) 4mo
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Rissa1
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I loved it. I didn't see the ending coming, an interesting twist. #ARC #giveawaywinner @HarperCollins
I recommend those who love the psychological thriller category as much as I do, add this to your TBR.

Bklover This sounds great! I just went to order it and it doesn‘t come out till MAY!! Looks like a really good one though. Stacked!❤️ 5mo
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Rissa1
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The loads of laundry need switching, but I don't want to disturb him. #atticus2016 #lifewithatticuswallace #snugglebuddy #readingpartner

Bklover You just sit still and snuggle! 5mo
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throwmeabook
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Some awesome new Adult fiction coming your way this Spring/Summer 2019 💕📚 #netgalley #buzzbooks

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Rissa1
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