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Release day: The Last Goodnight

26 October 2021

Today is the official release of The Last Goodnight by Kat Martin (hardcover, ebook and audio, Kensington Books). Here’s the blurb:

Cover image of The Last Goodnight by Kat MartinWhen Kade Logan said goodbye to his estranged wife eight years ago, he never thought it would be the last time he saw her alive. Now her car has been hauled out of a nearby lake and Kade is determined to track down the man who murdered her.  Enter Eleanor Bowman, a talented private investigator who’s about to stir up a hornet’s nest on his Colorado ranch.

With old scandals still buzzing about his late wife’s many affairs and new violence erupting, Kade is faced with the discovery of another beautiful woman’s body. Are the two killings linked? Who is the man who seduced, then murdered both women? Ellie believes they are dangerously close to the truth.

From corporate Denver highrises to posh Vail mansions, Kade and Ellie sense the killer is closing in again and this time Ellie is the target. Kade must risk everything to save the woman he’s coming to love – before she becomes the next victim …

Kat dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

The Last Goodnight is a cold-case murder mystery, something I hadn’t really written before. In the novel, when Kade Logan said goodbye to his wife eight years earlier, he never thought it would be the last time he saw her alive. Then her car is found in a nearby lake and Kade is determined not to fail his dead wife again—this time he won’t rest until he finds her killer. Eleanor Bowman, a private investigator, joins him in the search. Having been raised on a ranch in Wyoming, Ellie is able to fit in undercover on the ranch. And of course the chemistry between the two is hot from day one. The plot challenged me, and the Colorado ranch setting provided an intriguing background. I hope you’ll enjoy The Last Goodnight.

You can find out more about this book at Kat’s website or buy it from Amazon.

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