‘Wow this had me captivated! I could hardly put the book down … OMG that ending! … stunning ... I had to get my breath back at the end!' Bonnie's Book Talk, 5 stars
Rose Denton wakes up in her car. She has no memory of how she got there. But she knows something bad happened…
There’s blood on the windscreen and bonnet – but it’s not hers and there’s no sign of anything or anyone she might have hit. The last thing she remembers is being in a hotel on a business trip but now she’s miles away.
Back home and her daughter’s boyfriend is missing. The last thing he did was argue with Rose over money. He left no note, no text, no clue as to his whereabouts.
The police have questions – and so does Rose’s family. But those are little compared to the ones she has for herself.
What happened last night? If Rose wants to know the truth, she might finally have to face the terrible secret from her past.
A totally addictive psychological thriller which will keep you turning the pages until the final dramatic twist.
What readers are saying about Last Night:
‘Wow this had me captivated!… The book went by in a flash and OMG that ending! A really really good book that I thoroughly enjoyed. I highly recommend this book, it is full of drama, tension and angst. Kerry Wilkinson is at his best with this stunning psychological thriller. I had to get my breath back at the end!’ Bonnie’s Book Talk, 5 stars
‘Another book to get excited about!... fast-paced, gripping and there are so many red herrings it was hard to keep up... Another big thumbs up to Mr Wilkinson!’ Stardust Book Reviews, 5 stars
‘Yet again, what a fantastic book by Kerry Wilkinson. His books just get better and better… This book will keep you gripped right till the end. If you want a book that is fast-paced, lots of twists and turns, that will keep you guessing, this book is for you. Plus, WOW what an ending… I just loved it. If I could give it more than 5 stars I would.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
‘The story was impossible to put down and I know that it is one I will read again. This is another exceptional stand-alone book from Kerry Wilkinson.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
‘Oh boy what a brilliant thriller this is, packed full of twists, red herrings, secrets, betrayals and misconceptions… A gripping, riveting, page-turner that had me hooked in from the first sentence right through to the unexpected, ‘omg’ final page.’ Nicki’s Life of Crime, 5 stars
‘I loved it… was consistently excellent… Thoroughly recommended, 10/10.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
‘A razor-sharp psychological thriller full of a whole host of red herrings that will have you questioning everything and everyone... The writing is brilliant, it kept me glued to the page, and the plot and characters were so vividly described... An ITV 3-part drama in the making!’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
‘I really like Kerry's stand-alone novels… ones I've read have been excellent and Last Night is no different. Thoroughly gripping, I really didn't have a clue what was going on… It's a sign of a great thriller writer when the writer can leave you that utterly confused!’ Life Has a Funny Way, 5 stars
‘Brilliant as usual, this author can do no wrong in my eyes, so many twists and turns, I can never tell how the stories will end up.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
‘I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and found it very hard to put down… I loved it and will be seeking out more of Kerry Wilkinson’s works. If you enjoy psychological suspense, look no further! A great beach read!’ Tropical Delusions, 5 stars
‘There are plenty red herrings and so many twists and turns you can`t guess what the truth will be until the very end. Always the sign of a good thriller. A tense and gripping read, I loved it.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
Really BAD liberal undertones!
Enough already! Every other chapter is ANOTHER liberal undertone or phrase that I am sick of hearing! This WAS a good book until I got so sick of the political crap I wanted to just stop and review it and I usually wouldn’t do that! Tattoos are NOT cultural appropriation without any context or care, GET OVER IT. Is it impossible to write a book without this nonsense? How many are in here? It’s like a liberal call signal! It’s sad! You can’t seriously enjoy a book with all these little shout outs to the lunatic parade.
I also bought a second novel without reading any first from this author and to be quite honest if it’s anything like this it’s not even worth opening the cover. If I wanted to read about what the latest offending tattoo was or <insert any other nonsense from FB or Twitter here> I would be ON social media not trying to enjoy a novel! Most of us DO NOT CARE about this crap! Most of us think this is the total crazy end of the spectrum. We don’t care you are offended we don’t share your same whiny opinions and we don’t want to hear it. How can you live life offended 99% of the time even so much as to insert it into your writing?
For the love of god get a grip on reality. You are even mildly insulting to some of your readers - I love SK but since he’s gone off the deep end insulting people in his last book I haven’t so much as picked one up to look at it.
Just because people get a tattoo doesn’t mean they are awful people stealing someone else’s culture because it’s a tribal tattoo - and how do you know it’s without context or care? Making assumptions about a LOT of people! That is the issue with this, you think you know everything but you don’t, and people like you make the biggest hypocrites!
Also you repeat the same words in different sentences over and over right next to each other and it sounds awful.
After finishing the book you managed to make a good believable character by making her absolutely stupid to the core, and saying life is so easy when everything is an injustice pretty much sums up the left, so yeah, pretty believable dumb character and making her a liberal is almost funny if it wasn’t so true and sad - people are sick to death of this stuff.
Otherwise good story.