What happens when you predict the day you will die? A 24 hour suspense which follows George Macmillan through what he believes is his last day.
“A fast-paced novel, that promises to be implausible, captivating, uplifting and thought-proving in equal measure.” – Writers and Artists.co.uk
“Plenty of twists and turns right up to the end.”
“I finished this book within 8 hours as I just had to keep reading.”
“The pace of the novel is excellent. You’re kept guessing right up to the end.”
“I thoroughly enjoyed this book.”
“very well crafted, clever and well written”
The Last Day was highly commended in a book idea competition jointly run with Bloomsbury Publishing’s Writers & Artists site and Mumsnet in 2012.
He predicted when he would die. That day has now arrived.
When George was eleven years old he dreamt the date of his death: September 12th 1985. Now he’s fifty three and that day has arrived.
His wife is unhappy with their marriage and he’s fallen out with his daughter. His brother is bitter George got the family inheritance.
There’s the jealous business rival who’s an underworld gangster. And there’s a spurned mistress too.
The best hit man this side of London is on the case – but who has hired him?
Many people are out to get George on his last day. But will any of them succeed?
Find out what the following bloggers thought about The Last Day:
Kelly at A Place of my Own.
Sandy at Baby Baby.
Denise at Snaffles’ Mummy.
Nickie at Typecast
And a ‘read of the year’ in 2014 for Carol at Lipstick and Lace