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    Serial killer thriller

    Someone is killing young women that have not led upstanding lives. They have sinned against God. The dead women are found with a rosary around their necks. This is another Detective Kate Murphy thriller to catch a killer. This is a page turner you will not want to put down
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    Gripping Read

    Another brilliant installment to the Kate Murphy Mysteries. Kate is now a Detective and is given the lead for the first time. Together with her partner and other Detectives from her division, she must solve the murders of these young girls. The murders have a religious theme, and so does some other parts to the story. Highly recommended to lovers of Mystery/Thrillers, and Romantic-Suspense.
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    Serial killer in religious community.

    C. C. Jameson, ‘The Last Amen’, a Kate Murphy Mystery. As a ARC reader I received this book for free. And promised an honest review. Here it is. For me English is a foreign language. Sorry for errors. Rating: 4,5 stars (of 5). In general: Serial killer in religious community. Main characters: - Kate Murphy. Detective in Boston. At first she had to struggle to receive recognition as a clever, hard working investigator in a world dominated by men. Now for the first time she’s leader of the police team that investigates the murder of several women. - Luke (Luko) O’Brien. Head of the forensic lab in Boston. Friend of Kate since childhood. A few years ago they met again and fell in love. Kate lives together with Luke in his house. Luke also took his (very religious) mother in his home. The author, C.C. Jameson, created an original plot about the investigation into the serial killings. The book was well written and has several interesting storylines: the investigation itself with sometimes unexpected turns; the often difficult relation between Kate and her boss, Fuller; Kate’s dark past; the behaviour of people in a (sometimes close) religious community. The characters are credible. The plot full of suspense makes the book a page turner. For me, there was only one ‘but’. In general I like to read books to get a ‘feel good’ experience. And this book contained some scenes that gave quite an opposite feeling, as the detailed description of the dissection of a corpse that was already murdered more than a week before or the several killings of young women. I know, that’s the reality in police work and normal for detecive stories, but .... brrrr. R. Huiszoon.
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    A great murder mystery book

    This book is so great! I really enjoy this genre. A murder mystery that glued me to my seat. The characters are just great. I couldn't stop reading this book. It has a good storyline that make me think like a detective. At first, I had a hunch that A was the culprit, but I got swayed and changed my mind and thought that it must be M. Then in the end, the culprit was the first guy I thought! The author did a great job at writing the story! I love it! I recommend it for anyone who enjoy murder mystery books.
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    The Last Amen

    A riveting story. Suspense and intriguing keeping you guessing what's next. Can't put it down because i want to know how the story goes. CC Jameson is a master story teller in my opinion. Hats off yo you sir.
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