• Her Final Prayer

  • A Totally Gripping and Heart-Stopping Crime Thriller (Detective Clara Jefferies, Book 2)
  • By: Kathryn Casey
  • Narrated by: Kate Handford
  • Length: 11 hrs and 57 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (85 ratings)

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Her Final Prayer

By: Kathryn Casey
Narrated by: Kate Handford
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Her pulse pounded in her ears as she scanned the house. Her eyes traveled over the porch where three empty chairs lazily rocked in the breeze, surrounded by scattered children’s toys. In the yard, there were mounds of earth. Graves. Only big enough for children....

When Detective Clara Jefferies is called to a family ranch just outside of Alber, Utah, she’s horrified to find two innocent young children murdered alongside their mothers. But she arrives at the scene quickly enough to rush their father, Jacob Johansson, to the hospital where he begins fighting for his life and to save his two-month-old son, Jeremy, left untouched in his crib. 

As Clara begins to investigate, nothing she finds out makes sense. Though she uncovers photos of one of Jacob’s wives in his best friend’s trailer, her flower necklace underneath his bed, there are rumors that she was in love with a different man altogether. And as the close-knit community comes together to support Jacob, Clara’s own family shuts her out of the investigation.... 

But Clara won’t give up. With the killer still at large, baby Jeremy is at risk, and every moment her family is helping Jacob they are also in danger. To earn her family’s trust, Clara finally has to face the past, but can she do it before it’s too late? 

Her Final Prayer is perfect for fans of Lisa Regan, Melinda Leigh, and Kendra Elliot. 

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Another great book!!

Kathyryn Casey has written another great book. This follows up Book1 nicely and yet is fresh and keeps you interested.
Hoping for more from her, haven't read a bad one yet!!

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I knew the ending from the beginning

This isn’t so much a thriller as it is waiting for the detectives to finally figure out what the reader already knows. The backdrop is sickening. Forced marriages and polygamy. I know a little bit about this and I know that the women also have no access to birth control. After they have an assortment of kids they can’t leave because they could never care for so many kids on their own. The sister wives are portrayed as flat characters who easily obey and are happy together. Actually polygamy is full of drama, jealousies and oppression. The only genuine close relationships are the mothers and children…it’s not as serene as this writer portrays.
The detectives family lives in dire poverty—using an outhouse and being unwashed. The idea of one man sleeping with a different woman every night is revolting and so unhygienic. It’s misery personified. In real polygamy the husband is Also not so blissful. There is always an underlying tension. If a man has more than 2 wives it becomes even worse for him because the wives work together against him. So ultimately I found this to be a difficult book that always felt unwashed and filled with a disgusting mixture of bodily fluids.

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Excellent

I have read many Katheryn Casey books. I am a fan of true crime. I do not typically enjoy fiction. This is actually the first fiction I have read in years. It was excellent. I regret not reading the first two in this series prior. Casey is a remarkable author, fiction or non-fiction.

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Another great book and performance.

Wasn't really surprised at the revelation at who did the murders, if you pay attention you will figure it out. overall another great read. can't wait for more.

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Really good book, guessed the ending early on but wasn't sure, enjoyed all the twists and finding I was correct at the end!