Last to Die
New York Times bestselling author
Two years ago, Teddy Clock survived the slaughter of his entire family. Now, at fourteen, in a hideous echo of the past, Teddy is the lone survivor of his foster family’s mass murder. Orphaned once more, the traumatized teenager has nowhere to turn until the Boston PD puts detective Jane Rizzoli on the case. No sooner does her investigation begin than Teddy’s life almost ends again– and what seemed like a grisly coincidence is now seen as the horrifying mission of a relentless killer.
Jane spirits Teddy to the exclusive Evensong boarding school, a sanctuary where young victims of violent crime learn the secrets and skills of survival in a dangerous world. But even behind locked gates, and surrounded by acres of sheltering Maine wilderness, Jane fears that Evensong’s mysterious benefactors aren’t the only ones watching. When strange blood-splattered dolls are found dangling from a tree, Jane knows that her instincts are dead on. And when she meets Will Kennedy and Claire Ward, students whose tragic pasts bear a shocking resemblance to Teddy’s, it becomes chillingly clear that a circling predator has more than one victim in mind. Joining forces with her trusted partner, medical examiner Maura Isles, Jane is determined to keep these orphans safe from harm. But an unspeakable secret dooms the children’s fate – unless Jane and Maura can finally put an end to an obsessed killer’s twisted quest.
Pulse-pounding. — Publishers Weekly
Gerritesen delivers yet another of her Byzantine and mind-blowing thrillers. — Romantic Times Top Pick!
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Review: Last to Die (Rizzoli & Isles #10)User Review - BCMUnlimited - Goodreads
See the official review: http://Being a fan of Tess Gerritsen's for such a long time, I am always glad to see another book come out. I have actually read everything she has written, including the ... Read full review
Review: Last to Die (Rizzoli & Isles #10)User Review - Richard Pittman - Goodreads
I listened to this one on audiobook. I liked the first 3/4 of this book well enough, but the logic of the story fell apart in the last 1/4. People stopped acting like people and started acting like ... Read full review