The Last Talk With Lola FayeBook - 2010
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True to Thomas H. Cook's style of storytelling, The Last Talk with Lola Faye features lots of flashback as history professor and author Luke Paige recalls and relates details of his father's murder and his own departure from small town Alabama to Harvard University to Lola Faye, a former employee of Paige's father. Due to the dark nature of the tale, the book doesn't become compelling until nearly the end, when, true to form, Cook's surprise ending comes completely out of the blue.
For those new to Thomas H. Cook's writing, I would not recommend starting with this volume. Rather try Evidence of Blood or The Chatham School Affair.
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