Book Review: Last Known Contact by Phillipa Nefri Clark

last known contactThis was a really good mystery/crime/suspense with some romance on the side. I found myself fully engaged in the mystery of the disappearance and probable murder of Ellie’s father Jack. There were plenty of twists in this novel, red herrings, and some very unlikeable and untrustworthy characters.

I really liked Ellie who was strong but vulnerable and determined to find out what had happened to her father despite any risk to herself. I also really liked Ben, the detective in charge of the investigation who had a relationship with Ellie in the past and still has feelings for her, If I was ever in Ellie’s situation, I’d want someone like him on my side. I found Paul, the companies security expert and Ellie’s supposed friend to be downright creepy in his attention to her and there was something that just didn’t sit right with me. Ellie’s husband was a piece of work as was her step-mother and I hoped that somewhere along the way they would both get what they deserved.

This is my first novel by Phillipa Nefri Clark despite owning most of her novels and this was a great read, I really now need to get to her other novels which have been sitting on my shelf for far too long.

Thanks to Beauty and Lace and Phillipa Nefri Clark for a digital copy of this novel in return for an honest review.’

 

9 thoughts on “Book Review: Last Known Contact by Phillipa Nefri Clark

  1. Oh…such a wonderful review! Many thanks for taking the time to read Last Known Contact and I am so pleased you understood Ellie so well (and Ben!).

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    1. Thank you for the opportunity to read and review it. It was an great read, and as I said I must pick up your other books soon. It’s just finding the time.

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        1. That’s weird, yes I’m on Instagram under clairesreadsandreviews. I’ll look out for your follow and message you on there 😊

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