The Last Good Day

The Last Good Day

A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery

Book - 2004
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Joanne rents a summer cottage on a lake an hour outside of Regina, expecting relaxation, but instead finds herself solving a sad combination of suicide and murder.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, c2004
ISBN: 9780771014666
077101466X
Branch Call Number: FIC Bowen 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 235 p

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I find Joanne more self absorbed in this novel. It is slow moving but interesting background on what happened between her and Alex and the start of her relationship with Zac, so a necessary read if one is following the series but ho hum overall.

hermlou Mar 09, 2010

Bowen is one of my favorite authors. Her characters seem real, and the plot proceeds logically. Joanne Kilbourn and two of her children are invited to stay at a cottage for the summer, and she talks with a guilty young man who commits suicide that evening. The whole community is upset, and it becomes clear that the missing female lawyer is key to the mystery.

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