That Last Weekend: A Novel of Suspense (Paperback)
A terrible accident. A killer among friends.
A woman risking everything for answers.
Every year for a decade, five college friends spent a weekend together at the atmospheric Chateau du Cygne Noir. Then, tragedy struck.
Ten years later, Laurel Muir returns to the castle for the first time since the accident, hoping to reconnect with her friends and lay the past to rest. When a murderer attacks, it rips open old wounds and forces the women to admit there's a killer in their midst. The remaining friends make a pact to unearth the truth, but suspicion, doubt, and old secrets threaten to tear them apart. Unsure who to trust, Laurel puts herself in harm's way, risking it all for friendship and long-delayed justice.
"A compelling and richly textured tale of obsession, murder and friendship. Psychological suspense at its finest."--Deborah Crombie, New York Times bestselling author of Garden of Lamentations
"This stand-alone novel . . . is well plotted, its mystery compelling, and its outcome unexpected."--Booklist
"DiSilverio's signature easy-to-follow plotting draws readers in."--Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
Laura DiSilverio is the national bestselling and award-winning author of 20 mystery and suspense novels and a YA dystopian trilogy. Her 2015 standalone, The Reckoning Stones, won the Colorado Book Award for Mystery, and Library Journal named her most recent title, Close Call, one of the Top Five mysteries of 2016. Her books have received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, Booklist and Kirkus. She is a former Air Force intelligence officer and past President of Sisters in Crime. She can be found online at www.LauraDiSilverio.com.