Last Seen Wearing

Last Seen Wearing Review

Eighteen-year old Lowell Mitchell leaves her Friday morning history class and goes back to her room. Her roommate talks to her as she lies on the bed with her arm across her face. That is the last time she is seen, and 12 hours later the Bristol Poli...

Title:Last Seen Wearing
Edition Language:English

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  • AC

    I'll give this 4 stars (though it's probably, in truth, a touch under...), and leave my (typically) overoptimistic first impressions (below) alone.An early and 'classic' example of the police procedur...

  • Bill

    This was my first experience with Hillary Waugh and I enjoyed it very much. Old school police drama, it features a small police force in Massachusetts investigating the disappearance of a young woman,...

  • Peter Swanson

    One of those novels that consistently ranks in any top 100 mysteries of all time list. It's long been a book that I've been meaning to check out, but I haven't been able to find a copy from any of the...

  • Leslie

    A very well done police procedural about the search for a college freshman who goes missing. Coincidentally it is set during March in a fictional town in Massachusetts (which I suspect is Holyoke) so ...

  • DeAnna Knippling

    A girl goes missing from college over lunch and never comes back. It doesn't look as though she were kidnapped--she dresses up for her assignation. All her friends agree she was a good girl; her fathe...

  • Masayuki Arai

    !!!...

  • Carol

    Really enjoyed this police procedural set in 1950....

  • Simon Mcleish

    Originally published on my blog here in September 2000.This is the novel which invented the "police procedural" subgenre of crime story. Today, Ed McBain is probably its best known exponent, though it...

  • Whistlers Mom

    This was the first of Waugh's ground-breaking police procedurals and one of the best. Waugh opened mystery-lovers eyes to the fascination of the pains-taking, systematic work that is criminal investig...

  • Vlady Peters

    An engrossing mystery which I’ve read and re-read a number of times and always enjoyed.What made me read it recently was the Morse TV mystery of the same name. For a while it looked as though it was...