Last Updated on January 27, 2023 by ellen
At Last, book #6 in the Alex Trout Mystery Series by John W. Mefford is now available. Learn more about this series here.
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Alex Troutt Thriller, Book #6
Thirty years after losing a parent to a hit-and-run drunk driver, FBI agent Alex Troutt finally confronts the killer–the same man who just murdered the Boston police chief.
And what Alex pulls from him shatters her core.
Armed with little more than hope and a shred of decades-old evidence, Alex chases a memory from her past, hoping that she’ll find the mother she never really had. With her old buddy Archie on board –as much as ever can be — the hunt takes her deep into the foothills of West Virginia. A fanatical religious cult has created its own society. Desperate to right a thirty-year wrong, Alex must out-think and out-duel everyone in her path to right a thirty-year wrong.
Will Alex’s quest to find the truth destroy her life all over again?
I’ve read several Alex Troutt Thrillers before and I’ve loved every one. Alex is a strong, confident woman who manages to deal with whatever life throws at her. You don’t need to have read the previous books to enjoy this one, but I recommend you read them all because they are that good. In AT Last, Alex is dealing with some painful issues from the past with her parents when she gets involved in a new case that makes some of those memories even more painful and really explains a lot about why Alex is the way she is today.
The author did an amazing job of tying in this new case with Alex’s past. With every page I read, I got more and more engrossed in the story and really felt like I knew Alex and felt what she was going through. This is definitely one of the best Alex Troutt thrillers I’ve read and highly recommend you read it.
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“Alex Troutt is quickly becoming one of my favorite fictional characters. I love how she’s constantly having to balance her family life and her job, even though her job is continually threatening to take over.”
– Sonya N
“I simply love every single one of John Mefford’s novels. They keep you on the edge of your seat reading late into the night.”
– Michele B
“Intrigue and attempts at revenge for long held grudges – the twists and turns keeps your adrenalin pumping.”
– Tracy C
“I would love to see this series turned into a movie or TV series – I’d be obsessed!”
– Shelly M
above reviews from the Alex Trout Series
About the Author
A veteran of the corporate wars, former journalist, and true studier of human and social behavior, best-selling author John W. Mefford has been writing novels since he first entered the work force twenty-five years ago, although he never put words on paper until late 2009.
John writes novels full of intrigue, suspense, and thrills, but they also evoke an emotional connection with the characters.
When he’s not writing, he chases three kids around, slaves away in the yard, reads, takes in as many sports as time allows, watches all sorts of movies, and continues to make mental notes of people and societies across the land.
John lives in Frisco, Texas with his beautiful wife, three opinionated kids, and a feisty fat cat who rules the world.
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4 thoughts on “AT Last an Alex Troutt Thriller”
Thank you for sharing your review today, I haven’t had the pleasure yet of reading this series, but it’s on my tbr list and can’t wait!
Hope you have a chance to read it!
This sounds like a great book.
It really is!