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    Awesome❤️❤️❤️

    OMG!!! Carol Wyer has done it again with her new series Natalie Ward. What a great read just like the first book in the series. What can I say, this book has it all. Great characters, great story and a great ending that I never saw coming. I’m so looking forward to the next book in this series and to read her Robyn Carter series. Five stars all he way.
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    The Last Lullaby

    The Last Lullaby is the latest story by Carol Wyer and book two in a series. Definitely a stand alone book as I haven't read book one, The Birthday, about DI Natalie Ward. Ms Wyer keeps the reader guessing and following the bread crumbs along with our heroine, Ms Ward. I'm looking forward to continuing with this series. I was given an early copy to review.
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    Lots of twists and turns. Great characters.

    Adam Brannon, semi-pro boxer, is the number one suspect in the murder of his wife, Charlotte. His story is that he found her brutally murdered in their bedroom while his six-month old son, Alfie, was screaming in his nursery. They had arrived home after celebrating her parents’ anniversary. His story is that sometime after they arrived home and after he dropped their babysitter off he discovered her body. DI Natalie Ward is on a few days leave for much-needed time with her family. Her marriage may be in trouble so she really needs this time. However, she is called to the gruesome murder scene along with her team. When they arrive, many observations were made. First and foremost, blessedly, the baby was unharmed. Also, there was no evidence of a break-in and between pictures on the bedroom wall was one word: ‘why?’. As always in murder investigations, those closest to the victim are under immediate suspicion. Aside from Adam, Natalie speaks to others in Charlotte’s life including the babysitter, as she apparently was the last to see her alive. Also, two men were seen fleeing from the scene and the detectives work very hard to identify them. Within a short period of time, quite a few facts are revealed about Charlotte’s and Adam's marriage and their lives. There was quite a bit of intrigue in this engaging story and I was caught up in the investigation. This was especially so when two further things were mentioned in the book. One, there was a mysterious individual in the story, but I will leave it at that. Second, there was another mother murdered, with very similar circumstances. Last Lullaby was ripe full of excellent character development, lots of twists and turns and a shocking conclusion. It is the second book in the Natalie Ward series. The first book was The Birthday, which was a fabulous read. I daresay that this story is just as good, if not better. Although it does well as a stand-alone, I encourage readers to grab both of these stories, and everything else that Carol Wyer has penned. She is extremely talented and writes compelling stories. I very much look forward to continuing this series. Reviewer’s note: This book is definitely worth five stars as it is extremely well-written and has a very strong plot, but I did want to mention that there is a prevalence of strong language. Many thanks to Carol Wyer and Bookouture for this ARC for review in exchange for an honest opinion.
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    Last lullaby

    Brilliant page turner. Had me gripped from the beginning. What a surprise outcome.
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    5 Stars!

    Wow wow wow!!! What a book! I got pulled into the story right from page one. The story of Charlotte Brannon being brutally murdered whilst her baby son was in the next room was particularly chilling and started the story off with a bang! I was literally on the edge of my seat by the end of the first few chapters and found myself transfixed at the pace that it moved at. The story was cleverly written with no hint (for me anyway!)of who the killer was until nearing the end. It was a fast paced book with so many twists and turns it made me dizzy! I honestly found myself holding my breath at the end of every chapter! The ending was superb and I really don’t think I will be able to contain myself until Book 3!!
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