The death of a founder, plus a grieving daughter, leads a corporation to turn to the dark side.
When Claire Bigsby buries the founder, the devasting loss seeps into her bones, hollows out her soul. Losing her father becomes the hardest chapter of her life.
But Claire has little time to mourn as she is suddenly the object of a dark obsession. As powerful executives take the reins of the corporation, Claire discovers her entire world is thrust into danger. With a hideous stranger watching her every move, cryptic messages, and events that defy explanation, she comes to a horrible conclusion.
Someone wants her dead. But why? And what really happened to her father? Claire has nowhere to turn and nowhere to hide. It’s only a matter of time.
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Oh my goodness, I loved it....so much going on but, was able to keep up with all of it. I am one of those that if you cannot get my attention with the story within the first paragraph or I'll go as far as to say the first chapter, than the book is not for me. This got my attention from the start and held it till the end. This is one I will recommend to my friends.
A thrilling tale of high tech, murder, and greed. I was totally entertained as things unraveled and the surprising twists were revealed. Timothy Moonlight did a fantastic job with this story, and I also enjoyed Liam Taylor’s narration.
Every page leaves you wanting more! Moonlight, takes you on a Suspenseful and surprisingly emotional journey alongside grief-stricken Claire, who is on a quest to uncover the dark truth behind her father's death.
The Last Word by Timothy Moonlight was a terrific thriller. While reading it I found it to be reminiscent of the skills of John Saul and Dean Koontz. It was one of the best thrillers I have read in a while.