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The Last Girl to Die by Helen Fields

In search of a new life, seventeen-year-old Adriana Clark’s family moves to the ancient, ocean-battered Isle of Mull, far off the coast of Scotland. Then she goes missing. Faced with hostile locals and indifferent police, her desperate parents turn to private investigator Sadie Levesque.

Sadie is the best at what she does. But when she finds Adriana’s body in a cliffside cave, a seaweed crown carefully arranged on her head, she knows she’s dealing with something she’s never encountered before.

The deeper she digs into the island’s secrets, the closer danger creeps – and the more urgent her quest to find the killer grows. Because what if Adriana is not the last girl to die?


“Last Girl to Die” by Helen Fields, I have to say, it’s a gripping and suspenseful read.

The story centres around seventeen-year-old Adriana Clark, who moves with her family to the remote Isle of Mull in Scotland in search of a new life. But when Adriana goes missing, her parents turn to private investigator Sadie Levesque to help find her.

As Sadie digs deeper into the island’s secrets, she discovers that Adriana’s death is not an isolated incident, and the danger she faces grows more urgent.

I was on the edge of my seat throughout the entire book, trying to piece together the clues alongside Sadie. Fields does a fantastic job of weaving together the suspenseful plot and the haunting atmosphere of the island.

Overall, “Last Girl to Die” is a fantastic read for anyone who loves a good mystery and doesn’t mind a few chills down their spine.

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I was gifted a digital copy via Avon Books in exchange for an honest review.


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