• Her Final Confession: An Absolutely Addictive Crime Fiction Novel

  • Detective Josie Quinn Series, Book 4
  • By: Lisa Regan
  • Narrated by: Kate Handford
  • Length: 9 hrs and 8 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (1,115 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Watching her friend dragged away in handcuffs, Josie couldn't believe for one second that Gretchen had killed that poor boy. Confession or not, someone else was involved. She would find out who...

When the body of a young student is found on the driveway of a local Denton home, a photograph pinned to his collar, Detective Josie Quinn is first on the scene. The house belongs to Gretchen Palmer, a dedicated member of Josie’s team, missing for the last 24 hours.

Working around the clock, Josie is stopped in her tracks when Gretchen hands herself in to the police. She knows that there’s no way Gretchen could ever be a killer, so why would she confess to a murder she didn’t commit?

Digging deep into Gretchen’s secretive life, Josie uncovers a link between the boy, the photograph, and a devastating case in Gretchen’s past. But just when Josie thinks she has it all figured out, the bodies of a young couple surface on the other side of town. Can Josie get to the truth in time to save her friend from a life in prison or certain death?

Absolutely gripping, this unputdownable crime thriller from a USA Today and Wall Street Journal best-selling author will leave you gasping for breath. A perfect listen for fans of Angela Marsons, Robert Dugoni, and Rachel Caine.

©2018 Bookouture (P)2018 Lisa Regan

Critic Reviews

"Wow this book was amazing I loved it. Right from the start it was fast paced and full of action and suspense…That ending, oh wow! This is a fantastic read, I highly recommend it and don’t hesitate in giving 5 stars it was brilliant, there is absolutely nothing negative I can say about this book, I loved it." (Bonnie’s Book Talk, 5 stars)

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Than you for the new narrator!

I almost didn’t get this book, but then I realized it was a new narrator. It makes a world of difference.
The story was a little far fetched, but good.

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Better Narrator

Much easier to listen to this book! Great story as always but much better narration.

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Fantastic shory

We absolutely love your stories, just one question: why do you use Jesus as an expletory, why can’t you use “F### Mohammed” or Buddha, or even F## Hell instead of the ONLY TRUE GOD’s Name in vain? The correct translation of John 14v6 is “Jesus said: “I alone in Contradistinction to all other’s, Am the way and the Truth and the life, no one come to the Father, except through Me”

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Finally a better narrator!

So relieved the horrible narrator of the previous books in this series has finally been replaced. A much better listen.

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better

This narrator is much easier to listen too, compared to the first three books narrator. But this one still pronounces the word BEEN as BEAN. The only other thing is how she says the word POLICE its like PLICE.. or something. but really other than that she's hands down better. I skipped books 2 and 3 because I couldn't handle that narrator. so a few things happened that I had to piece together in this 4th book. if the first 3 books got narrated by someone else, I would listen to them to find out how certain. things happened. but until then I'll have to hope Lisa Regan gives good back story references, that helps.

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the reader has so many mispronunciations

this woman has to learn that the word been is not pronounced bean and the word follow is not pronounced fellow - once you notice them it ruins the whole story

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Her final confession

I must tell you in the beginning it was hard following the story was all over the place. Sometimes listening while your driving you lose a little of what's happening.

So I focus a little more it took a couple of chapters, then I caught on. I enjoyed the audiobook, and reccomend it. If your new to this series, read from the first book.

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Amazing narrator!!!

This narrator was a billion times better that the last three! I still can’t figure out how they let her narrate a second book... this book was a little bit of a copy cat California killer, but it was okay. The one thing that bothers me about this writer as well as Patricia Gibney’s books is that the way they portray the police chief, the higher ups in the police force to be so cruel and disrespectful. I’m an retired police officer, and I can assure you our commanders do not treat their officers with such disrespectful behavior, nor do they speak to anyone like they are portrayed in their books. Why they would want to I don’t know?

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What does 1% MC & serial killer have in common?

Would you believe Benton, PA police detective Gretchen Palmer? In this book, Josie Quinn is searching for the truth to her friend’s disappearance, then admission to a young man’s death. Along the way, Josie just may also solve the murder of a young couple. Another well written book by this author, and great narration.

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Good story, Irritating Narrator

The story was good. It kept my attention and made me want to hear what was coming next. Unfortunately, the narrator was part of that process. Every time she pronounced been as bean, and each time she put the emphasis on the wrong syllable (by US standards. admittedly) it diverted my focus to her, and away from the actual story. Like this author, but will probably pass on other audiobooks, if narrated by the same narrator.

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  • Jaye22
  • 06-21-22

*Revelation*

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This instalment starts off with the body of a young male student on the driveway of a house.

When Josie gets the call she recognises the area and as she gets nearer she realises it is the home of a close colleague detective Gretchen Palmer who is nowhere to be seen.

Josie and her team have the task to try to piece piece together what has actually happened.

Gretchen turns up at the police station to turn herself in and is not wanting to discuss anything and she becomes hostile. She is not forthcoming and while they are investigating Josie finds out things that makes her realise that Gretchen has been grieving and has been battling demons.

As more and more secrets are being is revealed Josie reluctantly agrees to do a press conference that puts her on a collision course with the wrong person.

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  • Tj
  • 10-19-21

Not nearly as good as book 1,2 and 3

Great as always from author but cliche uninventive twists. Preferred previous books. Okay but predictable.

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  • Nichola
  • 06-12-21

in suspense till the end

loved listening to this on the commute to work. kept me thinking until the very end

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  • Fee
  • 08-27-20

Enjoyable

It is difficult to find 15 words when listening to a long series back to back, except I’m still listening, enjoying them and going straight to the next! The new narrator is equally good and hasn’t changed the tone of the series.

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  • Hayley
  • 06-26-20

You have to get into it to remember the storyline

More of one of those listen in the background books although I often found myself relistening to chapters as I had forgotten what the story, average good book!

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  • Susanne
  • 07-14-19

great

full of twists and turns Lisa delivers again. great series of books highly recommend it

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  • Caroline McCabe
  • 05-06-19

A page turner. love these books.

great series. love these books fast becoming my favourite collection of books. great read guaranteed

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  • George A Bear
  • 05-04-19

I did want to know what happened at the end.

I wasn't sure how to grade this book as at times I was going to give up. The links took a long time to develop but then, halfway through the book, all was revealed.

It ended up with 4* because I did end up wanting to know what the end was.

Will I read book 5? Yes. Hopefully it will be back to 5*!

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  • Lizelle
  • 04-25-19

Another great book

Loved it, same as the others in the series. Was a bit disappointed by Narrator that was changed. Could distinguish the different characters better with the previous Narrator, but still buying the next one immediately.

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  • Anita
  • 02-05-19

Couldn't stop listening.

I really enjoyed this fourth installment of the Josie Quinn series not only for the story itself but because the narrator was finally changed. Kate Handford did a brilliant job of picking up the characters and I didn't find myself fixated on poor pronunciation throughout the book.

Can't wait for book 5.

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