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  1. Holly B Holly B says:

    An interesting premise and opening chapter A psychiatrist is found murdered in his office This is you This is real This is what you ve done What we don t know is whose words these are or why they did this.Nadine Raines is a former patient of Dr Fabian and she is back in town after many years of being away She has a dark past and committed a violent act when she was only sixteen This is why she was a therapy patient of Dr Fabian whom she refers to as Bouffant Sgt Henry Peach An interesting premise and opening chapter A psychiatrist is found murdered in his office This is you This is real This is what you ve done What we don t know is whose words these are or why they did this.Nadine Raines is a former patient of Dr Fabian and she is back in town after many years of being away She has a dark past and committed a violent act when she was only sixteen This is why she was a therapy patient of Dr Fabian whom she refers to as Bouffant Sgt Henry Peacher remembers Nadine from their high school years and he is assigned the case We get both Nadine s and Henry s POV in alternating chapters Nadine also addresses Dr Fabian through her internal monologue and this was interesting to hear her thoughts about this psychiatrist and try to guess if she had a motive.There aretwists one quite shocking , but the story unfolded a bit slow for me In the end, it was a pretty typical police procedural with a couple of twists that kept me guessing Fans of the genre will enjoy trying to solve the case In the end, I must say I was a bit underwhelmed.Thanks to the publisher for my copy to read and review


  2. Linda Strong Linda Strong says:

    Psychiatrist Dr Mark Fabian is dead bludgeoned in his office Detective Henry Peacher investigates Fabian s death and finds that shortly before his death, he pulled the files of 2 former patients One file is of Johnny Streeter, a man now serving a life sentence for a mass shooting Ironically, Peacher is the cop who shot him before he could kill anyone else.The other file is of Nadine Raines Again, there s a link between her and Peacher he was in the same classroom when she attacked the t Psychiatrist Dr Mark Fabian is dead bludgeoned in his office Detective Henry Peacher investigates Fabian s death and finds that shortly before his death, he pulled the files of 2 former patients One file is of Johnny Streeter, a man now serving a life sentence for a mass shooting Ironically, Peacher is the cop who shot him before he could kill anyone else.The other file is of Nadine Raines Again, there s a link between her and Peacher he was in the same classroom when she attacked the teacher with a box cutter She s been gone many years..so why has she come back now And why would these files be pulled when neither of them had been patients for 20 years As Nadine and Henry head toward a confrontation, both will discover that the secrets of people s hearts are rarely simple, and even in the hidden depths of a psychologist s files rarely as they appear.This is an amazing psychological thriller The story kept me glued to the pages anxiously awaiting what would come next This thread attaches to that thread that affixes itself to yet another thread I love how this book is cleverly written Alternating chapters are told in turn by Nadine and Peacher Nadine is still talking to the doctor in her head but did she kill him There were things she never told him Peacher tells the story of how he got to be the hero cop, a moniker he doesn t really like His personal life is also talked about mainly about his twin daughters It s a police procedural in how investigations should be run and how the clues start coming together with a lot of door knocking and asking the right questions.All in all, a terrific book that kept me guessing until the very end.Many thanks to the author William Morrow Books Edelweiss for the advanced copy of this psychological thriller Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own


  3. Dennis Dennis says:

    Dr Mark Fabian is dead Dr Fabian is a psychologist and therapist, specializing with clients who suffer from mental and personality disorders He was dedicated to his service and clientele, with their privacy at the utmost respect Who would want to kill him especially in his own officeOne of his patients, Nadine Raines, suffers from multiple personality and mental disorders, due to a difficult childhood, and genetic predisposition Nadine copes with her life while speaking to the voices in Dr Mark Fabian is dead Dr Fabian is a psychologist and therapist, specializing with clients who suffer from mental and personality disorders He was dedicated to his service and clientele, with their privacy at the utmost respect Who would want to kill him especially in his own officeOne of his patients, Nadine Raines, suffers from multiple personality and mental disorders, due to a difficult childhood, and genetic predisposition Nadine copes with her life while speaking to the voices in her head, one of them being Dr Fabian Dr Fabian has been a constant advocate in her life Growing up, Nadine committed a violent act in school against a teacher, unknowingly acting upon her mental illness, but she never understood why Dr Fabian was so dedicated to his work, and tried to help Nadine and his other patients, but ultimately was deceived and murdered Who wants Dr Fabian dead, and why What did he know I can t go too muchinto this story, in fact I think that the synopsis on Goodreads tells too much of the story. One major aspect of The Last Thing I Told You that I really enjoyed is that it s perfect for readers who are intrigued by the societal stigmas towards people with mental disabilities It puts a spotlight on these disabilities and humanizes them It s a great read for those who are curious about people who are different and who are shunned by society While the pacing of The Last Thing I Told You starts off strong and fast, the build up burns out just as quickly and the story starts to get repetitive I felt that chapters started meshing together and the story started going around in circles, for what felt like an eternity. As the story progresses and kept repeating the previous chapter s moments and messages, the mystery started to fade Although it s definitely a psychological thriller, The Last Thing I Told You is not a mystery for those who love the genre Overall, The Last Thing I Told You is very atmospheric and gripping from a psychological standpoint, but it falls into the category as forgettable for me It s not a bad book by any means, just not one that will stand out for me in the future If you are new to the psychological thriller genre and are curious about novels dealing with people who suffer from mental illness, I encourage you to pick this story up It might change your opinion about the stigma with mental health.Thank you William Morrow Books for my advanced copy in exchange for an honest review The Last Thing I Told You will be released on July 24, 2018


  4. Kristy Kristy says:

    Dr Mark Fabian is dead found murdered in his office Left behind is his former patient, Nadine, who continues to talk to Dr Fabian in her mind, telling him about her life in the many years since she saw the doctor Back then, she was a troubled teen, ostracized for a gruesome act while in high school Investigating Dr Fabian s murder is Henry Peacher, a detective most known in town for stopping a deadly shooting at a posh retirement community before the death count went any higher Before Dr Dr Mark Fabian is dead found murdered in his office Left behind is his former patient, Nadine, who continues to talk to Dr Fabian in her mind, telling him about her life in the many years since she saw the doctor Back then, she was a troubled teen, ostracized for a gruesome act while in high school Investigating Dr Fabian s murder is Henry Peacher, a detective most known in town for stopping a deadly shooting at a posh retirement community before the death count went any higher Before Dr Fabian died, he pulled two files from his archives those of Nadine s and Johnny Streeter, the man responsible for the killing at the retirement home Henry is left to puzzle through what this all means for instance, what did Nadine and Dr Fabian discuss when she returned to town a mere two days before his death Is there a connection between Nadine and Johnny And what led to the brutal killing of this doctor Well, this was a different sort of psychological thriller. It wasn t quite what I was expecting, but one of my favorite things about it was that it was different, even if it favored the varying point of view aspect that is quite popular these days The narration flips between Nadine and Henry, and because both are often telling stories that go back in time, it can vary in time periods as well It takes a little getting used to, but it s also quite compelling I read the book in a day while on vacation, finding it to be quite suspenseful and intriguing For me, the main draw to this one was the characters Nadine is nuanced, complicated, and imperfect, but the real star was Henry I enjoyed the book the most due to him He s hard to describe, but he too is multi faceted and flawed He s a father to spirited twin girls only a year older than mine , and I felt drawn to him immediately Nadine and Henry are both different on the surface but each searching for things in a similar way again, I was very impressed with their characterization So much of the book takes place in and is shaped by the small town in which the characters live, and it s all quite well done I don t want to go into muchto spoil the plot, as it does keep you guessing A lot of what happened surprised me, which I always enjoy doesn t often happen in a thriller Overall, this one was different but enjoyable, buoyed by its strong characters and complex plot Blog Twitter Facebook Google Instagram I received a copy of this novel from the publisher and Edelweiss Librarything in return for an unbiased review thank you it is available everywhere as 07 24 2018


  5. Janelle Janson Janelle Janson says:

    Thank you so much TLC Book Tours and William Morrow Books for providing my free copy of THE LAST THING I TOLD YOU by Emily Arsenault all opinions are my own.I really enjoyed the premise and characterization in this one Nadine Raines returns to her New England town after being gone several years She suffers from mental illness and often listens to the voices in her head, including that of her old therapist, Dr Mark Fabian But Dr Mark Fabian was recently murdered, bludgeoned to death in his Thank you so much TLC Book Tours and William Morrow Books for providing my free copy of THE LAST THING I TOLD YOU by Emily Arsenault all opinions are my own.I really enjoyed the premise and characterization in this one Nadine Raines returns to her New England town after being gone several years She suffers from mental illness and often listens to the voices in her head, including that of her old therapist, Dr Mark Fabian But Dr Mark Fabian was recently murdered, bludgeoned to death in his office He was extremely dedicated to his patients, so who would want to kill him Detective Henry Peacher investigates the case, discovering Dr Fabian pulled two files before he died Johnny Streeter, who is in prison for a mass shooting, and Nadine Raines.This book starts off with a bang, with so many moving parts that keep you guessing, but it does slow down quite a bit after the first half Ultimately, the format of the book and the character development is what kept my interest The perspectives alternate between Nadine and Detective Peacher, between past and present Peacher is such a great character, but my favorite chapters were Nadine s, as it is incredibly interesting reading her inner monologue, especially regarding Dr Fabian Arsenault does a tremendous job touching on the stigma attached to mental illness and humanizing it I always particularly enjoy it when thrillers address mental illness and include such well thought out characters Although this book is a bit long, it is overall a gripping mystery


  6. joyce g joyce g says:

    An interesting twisted tale.


  7. Misty (Reds Romance Reviews) Misty (Reds Romance Reviews) says:

    With the passing of her old therapist Nadine isn t quite sure who to turn to, he tried to help her through the darkest time in her young life, but she struggled to find a way to understand and talk about what she had done with him During their conversations she left out some of the important details and now her head and her heart are telling her that she needs to come clean to him, but that isn t really an option now that he has passed Then he starts talking to her, she hears his wisdom floati With the passing of her old therapist Nadine isn t quite sure who to turn to, he tried to help her through the darkest time in her young life, but she struggled to find a way to understand and talk about what she had done with him During their conversations she left out some of the important details and now her head and her heart are telling her that she needs to come clean to him, but that isn t really an option now that he has passed Then he starts talking to her, she hears his wisdom floating around in her head, which not only starts to confirm everyone s thoughts about her that she is a little off her rocker, but it also gives her a weird sense of comfort Then a former classmate, now town detective Henry Peacher discovers some interesting events that took place before the doctors death, and it leads him to Nadine, and the source of another disturbing event that took place in town five years ago He thinks there is a connection between them and he will stop at nothing to get the answers he wantsThe Last Thing I Told You is a shocking psychological thriller that will have you breathless and second guessing yourself at every turn hold on tight be prepared to be awed This was quite the read, it was suspenseful, mind twisting, slightly weird, but it all gelled together nicely and made for an enjoyable read, it made me continually question everything I read Definitely a impressive first read, had everything I look for in a thriller, and made me just curious enough to come back forHighly recommend I requested an advanced copy of this title from the publisher, via Edelweiss, and voluntarily read and reviewed


  8. Jenn Jenn says:

    I received an ARC of this title from the publisher for an honest review.I m not going to review this one because I didn t get very far I read about 50 pages in and I didn t really get even the beginnings of a good picture on any of the characters So I felt nothing for them, or the story In all likelihood, it probably gets better, but I m DNFing.


  9. Jessica Jessica says:

    Thanks to William Morrow and TLC Book Tours for the free advanced copy in exchange for my honest review More psychological thrillers for the summer TBR This was my introduction to Emily Arsenault and I was not disappointed This was an incredibly atmospheric read and has a slow build that keeps the tension throughout That opening chapter will pull you right in Dr Mark Fabian is dead He is found bludgeoned to death in his office As Detective Henry Peacher begins his investigation he discove Thanks to William Morrow and TLC Book Tours for the free advanced copy in exchange for my honest review More psychological thrillers for the summer TBR This was my introduction to Emily Arsenault and I was not disappointed This was an incredibly atmospheric read and has a slow build that keeps the tension throughout That opening chapter will pull you right in Dr Mark Fabian is dead He is found bludgeoned to death in his office As Detective Henry Peacher begins his investigation he discovers two patient files that Dr Fabian had recently pulled One for Johnny Streeter and one for Nadine Raines both of these people, ironically, have links to Peacher I don t want to give away too muchof the plot I feel like all that you need to know is within the synopsis Dr Fabian specialized in mental and personality disorders This is an element that I love to see incorporated into psychological thrillers because there are so many unknowns when it comes to what makes a person tick With a character like Nadine, a woman that suffers from multiple personality disorder, her chapters were always interesting to read because she is still talking to Dr Fabian in her mind We alternate between Nadine and Peacher throughout the story Arsenault does an incredible job weaving these characters and stories together Equal parts psychological thriller and police procedural, this slower build will keep you sucked in from start to finish as you try to unravel the web that Arsenault so expertly wove for us I give this 3.5 5 stars rounded up for rating


  10. Vicki (sun.sand.and.books) Vicki (sun.sand.and.books) says:

    4 5 stars I received a copy of this from my local bookstore This was actually a pretty good thriller I haven t read one quite like this in a while It takes a bit to get used to the changing POV s and the constant switching between the past and present You really dont know what your going to get once the POV s changed which was unique in its own way The good thing about this was that it kept me guessing until the end This book did a great job of giving you such small bits of information at 4 5 stars I received a copy of this from my local bookstore This was actually a pretty good thriller I haven t read one quite like this in a while It takes a bit to get used to the changing POV s and the constant switching between the past and present You really dont know what your going to get once the POV s changed which was unique in its own way The good thing about this was that it kept me guessing until the end This book did a great job of giving you such small bits of information at once so that you as the reader come your own conclusion about who killed Dr Fabian But then by the end when the puzzle pieces come together and your still surprised by the outcome Trust me on this it isnt one you can see coming Sometimes with thrillers I find that the reader can basically figure out who the killer is at the half way point But with this novel there are so many moving parts that its not as straightforward and easy to figure out.The characters were interesting Ten pages in I thought that one of the main characters was super sketchy and off her rocker I liked how all of the characters had a history together outside of this big event it added a whole other layer to the story It also went to some pretty dark places with some of these characters in regards to the murder and some personal issues trauma that they had experienced as kids and on the job Overall good read the constant changes between past a present does take a few chapters to get used to, but dont give up


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The Last Thing I Told You I hear myself whispering Not again Not again Why did I ever come back here Surely because of you Because I thought of something I d always meant to tell you Because you were the only one I ever really wanted to tell it toTherapist Dr Mark Fabian is dead, bludgeoned in his office But that doesn t stop former patient Nadine Raines from talking to him in her head Why did she come back to her hometown after so many years away Everyone here thinks she s crazy And she has to admit, they might have good reason to think so She committed a shockingly violent act when she was sixteen and has never really been able to explain that dark impulse, even to Fabian Now that Fabian s dead, why is she still trying Meanwhile, as Detective Henry Peacher investigates Fabian s death, he discovers that shortly before he died Fabian pulled the files of two former patients One was of Nadine Raines, one of Henry s former high school classmates Henry still remembers the disturbing attack on a teacher that marked Nadine as a deeply troubled teen More shockingly, the other file was of Johnny Streeter who is now serving a life sentence for a mass shooting five years ago The shooting devastated the town and everyone including Henry who is uncomfortable with the hero status the tragedy afforded him is ready to move on But the appearance of his file brings up new questions Maybe there is a decades old connection between Nadine and Streeter And maybe that somehow explains what Nadine is doing in Fabian s office nearly twenty years after being his patient Or how Fabian ended up dead two days after her return Or why Nadine has fled town once again But as Nadine and Henry head toward a confrontation, both will discover that the secrets of people s hearts are rarely simple and even in the hidden depths of a psychologist s files, rarely as they appear ➜ [KINDLE] ❆ Poltergeist (Greywalker, By Kat Richardson ➦ – Kleankitchen.co.uk bludgeoned in his office But that doesn t stop former patient Nadine Raines from talking to him in her head Why did she come back to her hometown after so many years away Everyone here thinks she s crazy And she has to admit ❃ [EPUB] ✻ OBaby By Geoffrey Johnson ➜ – Kleankitchen.co.uk they might have good reason to think so She committed a shockingly violent act when she was sixteen and has never really been able to explain that dark impulse ➥ Defiant (MacKinnons Rangers, Ebook ➫ Author Pamela Clare – Kleankitchen.co.uk even to Fabian Now that Fabian s dead ❰Reading❯ ➶ 21 Divisiones de Los Misterios Sanses Author Ernesto Bravo Estrada – Kleankitchen.co.uk why is she still trying Meanwhile [Reading] ➶ Nightfall (Dark Age Dawning, Author Ellen Connor – Kleankitchen.co.uk as Detective Henry Peacher investigates Fabian s death ✅ The Good Daughter PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Karin Slaughter – Kleankitchen.co.uk he discovers that shortly before he died Fabian pulled the files of two former patients One was of Nadine Raines [Read] ➱ Crysis By Peter Watts – Kleankitchen.co.uk one of Henry s former high school classmates Henry still remembers the disturbing attack on a teacher that marked Nadine as a deeply troubled teen More shockingly [KINDLE] ❀ Fractured (Will Trent, Author Karin Slaughter – Kleankitchen.co.uk the other file was of Johnny Streeter who is now serving a life sentence for a mass shooting five years ago The shooting devastated the town and everyone including Henry who is uncomfortable with the hero status the tragedy afforded him is ready to move on But the appearance of his file brings up new questions Maybe there is a decades old connection between Nadine and Streeter And maybe that somehow explains what Nadine is doing in Fabian s office nearly twenty years after being his patient Or how Fabian ended up dead two days after her return Or why Nadine has fled town once again But as Nadine and Henry head toward a confrontation ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☂ Ghost Author Fred Burton – Kleankitchen.co.uk both will discover that the secrets of people s hearts are rarely simple and even in the hidden depths of a psychologist s files ❴Reading❵ ➶ Nerve Author Dick Francis – Kleankitchen.co.uk rarely as they appear


About the Author: Emily Arsenault

I haven t had a terribly interesting life, so I won t share too many details But the highlights include When I was a preschooler and a kindergartner, I had a lazy eye and I was Connecticut s Miss Prevent Blindness, appearing on pamphlets and television urging parents to get their kids eyes checked I wore an eye patch and clutched a blonde doll wearing a similar patch I imagine it was all rather maudlin, but at the time I wouldn t have known that word I wrote my first novel when I was in fifth grade It was over a hundred pages and took me the whole school year to write It was about five girls at a summer camp I d never been to a summer camp, but had always wanted to attend one When I was all finished, I turned back to the first page, eager to read it all from the beginning I was horrified at how bad it was At age thirteen, I got to go to a real sleepaway camp It was nothing like the book I had written I studied philosophy in college So did my husband We met in a Hegel class, which is awfully romantic I worked as an editorial assistant at Merriam Webster from 1998 2002, and got to help write definitions for their dictionaries My husband and I served in the Peace Corps together, working in rural South Africa I miss Losasaneng, miss many of the people we met there, and dream about it often I am now working on my third novel It is tentatively titled Just Someone I Used to Know, named after and old song Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton used to sing together.