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  • A Riveting Read!

    Margot Hunt writes a hugely engrossing and entertaining début psychological thriller, awash with glorious tropes of lies, obsession, malice, vindictiveness, and harboured secrets. I thought this book had a fascinating synopsis, so I grabbed the opportunity to read it with both hands! I am so pleased I did as there were no disappointments here! Gwen Landon has everything she could ever wish for - a beautiful family, married to husband Josh, a orthodontist that everyone in town adores, and living in an idealistic seaside town called Shoreham. The picturesque town is peaceful and uneventful until, one day, Gwen is found with her head caved in. Meanwhile, Abby Landon has dropped out of college, in the midst of her junior year, following a break-up with her boyfriend. Colin Holliday has a history of gambling and alcoholism. His wife, Nora writes a successful food blog and attends a conference in Tampa. She bumps into Josh Landon at the conference venue whilst he is attending a different event, they have dinner and the two embark on a torrid affair which continues after their return home. So why does Gwen end up bludgeoned to death and who is the killer? Margot Hunt delivers an unrestrained story with a compelling blend of marriage toxicity, harboured secrets, terrible lies and underhand scheming. The Last Affair is beautifully plotted, a cracking story and a book I revelled in all the way through. The author did a brilliant job of slowly drawing me into the plot, capturing and commanding my attention with her superbly drawn characters, while adding in clever twists. It brought no let-downs and everything was well-wrapped up in the satisfying and fulfilling finale. A riveting, stellar and exemplary novel that I'm delighted to recommend. I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel, at my request, from HARLEQUIN - MIRA (U.S. and Canada) via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • Secrets, lies and murder

    The Last Affair will grab you from page one and keep you turning the pages until the surprise ending. There are many crazy characters in the book and who does not like that? Gwen who is murdered is the craziest most unlikeable one. Who murdered her? Could have been her husband Josh, daughter Abby, Nora , Josh's girlfriend or Carter the husband of Nora. The pages fly by and the ending was perfect ! My first Margot Hunt book but not my last !!

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  • Entertaining, worth a read

    Really enjoyed this book: quick and easy to read, and still managed to be a "thriller" even though it was not the whodunnit I thought it was going to be. I liked Nora, the protagonist, actually almost as much as I liked Gwen, the antagonist. I think the book tried really hard to paint Gwen as some sort of monster but I didn't see her that way at all. What I did not like about the book were the typos I found. I hate to find errors in books- it's like I lose respect for it or something. I saw this book through to the end despite the typos. It was definitely an entertaining read, perfect for summertime.

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