The Last Amen - C.C. Jameson

The Last Amen

By C.C. Jameson

  • Release Date: 2019-03-27
  • Genre: Police Procedural
Score: 4.5
From 390 Ratings


When he acts in the name of God, his victims' faith could be their demise.

When a young woman is found dead on her bed, dressed in an old-fashioned nightgown with her hands clasped in a prayer position, Detective Kate Murphy is called to investigate her murder.

Before Kate and her colleagues can find the killer, another woman is found dead in the same position. Other than being Catholic, having blonde hair, and living in Boston, the women have very little in common. But one thing is clear: the serial killer has some twisted religious beliefs.

What is his motive? Who is he? And, most importantly, can Kate stop the murderer before he strikes again?

If you like serial killer thrillers, adrenaline-pumping suspense, and nail-biting drama, then you'll enjoy this page-turning mystery.

The Last Amen is the first book in the Detective Kate Murphy Mystery series.

You can read more about Kate before she became a detective! 

Get The Last Hope (prequel novel) and The Last Lies (novella that precedes The Last Hope) while they are discounted.


  • Great book

    By francineda
    Didn’t expect the ending. Really good read!!!
  • Just OK

    By C'bus
    But an enjoyable story, nonetheless.
  • Amazing read!!

    By _D_L__
    This book was amazing! Great characters, fantastic plot with fast paced, exciting story telling. This story rocks the foundation of the trust that some people put in religious representatives. The end had twists and had my heart racing! Terrific read!
  • The Last Amen

    By Ellen/Oceanside
    THE LAST AMEN. C C. Jameson As the wine reflected the blood of Christ for him and the cleansing and the means to give the soul a rest for those that sinned, the thoughts of the killer.Detective Kate what is her Achilles heel, Detective Malvin wants to know, feels that’s the best way to watch their partners back. A home she shares with Luke and his Mother. She has nightmares, and not religious. A case now with religious items. In the bedroom most of the religious items look like they were of the victim. A body laid out, with a blue rosary wrapped around her hands, why, it couldn’t be her’s nothing else in her room was in that color. Suspect of these killings has become personal for her when it is at her home and Involves her loved ones. Tense, chilling aspect when the killer thinks he is a servant of God and saving souls. It will definitely hold you to the end, you want answer for Kate. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.