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Last Known Location by Eva Mackenzie Review

Writer: Eva Mackenzie

Publisher: Indie

Genre: Thriller

Publish Date: 9th February 2023

Pages: 296

Reviewed By: Dean Asquith

My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


The past has a killer obsession…

Gwen’s life has turned into a nightmare after an ongoing feud with her neighbour turns volatile. Malicious allegations and police intervention drive Gwen out of her home for a long weekend, where she meets a mysterious, handsome stranger on the local hiking trail.

Gwen’s never fallen for someone so quickly, but when he’s gone by morning, she never expects to see him again.

Three days later, while Gwen is working in the ER, the man is brought in with unexplained injuries and no memory of what happened to him.

Soon, Gwen can sense someone stalking her home and vandalising her things. She’s sure it’s her bitter neighbour. But what if it isn’t? What if this mysterious man’s past is catching up with him?

How can she protect herself from an enemy she can’t identify?

My Opinion

A gripping thriller that twists and turns and keeps you guessing!

Last Known Location sets out to be a stalker based thriller and expands on this premise exponentially. Eva MacKenzie keeps up the intensity whilst evolving the story in unexpected fashion! The entirety of the book is shrouded in mystery and a tense, unrelenting atmosphere.

The characters are fantastic in this novel. Gwen is really likeable and will gain your sympathy from the get go. Throughout the book you will share her experiences and feel her emotions. The supporting cast of characters do an excellent job of padding the novel out and none of them feel anything like being, for lack of a better term, ‘plonked’ into the story. Each has a reason for being and this becomes apparent the more chapters you devour.

Last Known Location is a brilliant mystery thriller, rife with betrayal, emotional pain and murder! Eva MacKenzie has a hit on her hands with this!

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