The Last Thing He Told Me

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The Last Thing He Told Me is a genre fiction novel. It is written by Laura Dave. She is a promising American novelist with a few good books under her name. The Divorce Party novel of the author came out in 2008 and it was highly appreciated. You will also appreciate her work in Eight Hundred Grapes.

Rebecca Lowman narrated The Last Thing He Told Me novel. She did a fantastic job within her capacity and made the characters and the story sound good.

Before the sudden disappearance of Owen, he smuggled a not to his newly wedded wife. The note had ‘Protect her’ written on it. Despite all of her fear and confusion with that note, Hannah knew that to whom that mysterious note was referring. It was for the 16 years daughter of Owen. Her name was Bailey and she lost her mother when she was just a kid. She had absolutely nothing to do with Hannah, her stepmother.

As many of the calls of Hannah to Owen went unanswered, so the FBI took action and arrested Owen’s boss on suspicion. Hannah was also quick to realize that her husband was not what he thought him to be. She also knew that Bailey had the key to figuring out the real identity of Owen and also about the reasons behind his disappearance.

The Last Thing He Told Me is the latest available novel by Laura Dave. The book has an outrageous kind of story. You will experience a few plot holes in it as well along with convenient revelations and unexplained threads. Laura Dave has surely done much better literary work than this one.



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