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A Good Girl's Guide to Murder
A Good Girl's Guide to Murder | Holly Jackson
9 posts | 8 read | 30 to read
The case is closed. Five years ago, schoolgirl Andie Bell was murdered by Sal Singh. The police know he did it. Everyone in town knows he did it. Almost everyone. Having grown up in the small town that was consumed by the crime, Pippa Fitz-Adeleke chooses the case as the topic for her final project. But when Pip starts uncovering secrets that someone in town desperately wants to stay hidden, what starts out as a project begins to become Pip's dangerous reality . . . Perfect for fans of One of Us Is Lying, We Were Liars, Gone Girl and The Hazel Wood.
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Kateri
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Loved this - expected it to be a predictable teen read but it totally had me gripped (read it in a day) and I didn‘t see the twists and turns coming. Excellent read, definitely keeping an eye out for her next book!

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Tashreads
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Red stack - all to be read 😉 where to start?

Prairiegirl_reading Dark matter is a super quick, fun read. The nickel boys is excellent but a much tougher read. Both excellent in their own way. 1mo
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BookDragonNotWorm
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5 stars for the title of this book! 4 stars for the plot. I enjoyed it, but certain things (*see spoiler below) ruin books for me. Twisty plot, good writing.

BookDragonNotWorm I fail to see how harming an animal can ever be integral to a plot. Write around it. Find another way. Just. DON'T. Do it. 2mo
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emmaturi
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This was my last read for August and I read it in one day. It was really good. It is about a girl doing a school project in which she wants to try to solve a real murder in her town. #bookcovers #crimenovels

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wistfulreader
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4/5 stars to this debut YA thriller! a gripping, easy read that kept me guessing the whole way through. the main character had a distinct voice, and the chapters were interspersed with fun creative ‘production logs‘ as she conducted her own investigation into this apparent closed-case murder! oh and its set in my home town!!!!!! definitely recommend if you like fun, thought-provoking YA thrillers.

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Laru79
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Just finished this, I wolfed it down in record time!! It was such a great twisty thriller written from the perspective of a girl doing a school project on a 5 year old murder in her town. There were plenty of suspects and plenty she uncovered that the police didn‘t. I really liked the style of the book and it was also funny in places, there were caring family bits and it kept me wanting to read more to find out what Pippa found out - a good sign!

Follow.my.read Sounds like Flavia Deluce novels? 5mo
Laru79 @Follow.my.read haven‘t tried Flavia, but might have to if they‘re like this!! 5mo
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emilyrose_x
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1. I have just started My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier 😄
2. On The Come Up by Angie Thomas. I loved The Hate You Give soooo much!
3. A Good Girl's Guide to Murder (which I posted about a week ago and is also really, really good!!)

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

rretzler I‘ve wanted to read My Cousin Rachel for a long time. 6mo
emilyrose_x @rretzler I'm enjoying it so far! 6mo
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emilyrose_x
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tHiS bOoK iS iNcReDiBlE!

This is the best book I have read this year by far. When I picked it up I didn't realise how new it was (only released 2 weeks ago and maybe not available in the US yet?) I absolutely cannot wait for her next book to be released :)

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Missusb
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I am loving this exciting, tension-building mystery thriller. Hope it‘s able to sustain the engagement through to the end. #sogood #preview #currentlyreading #murdemystery #julyrso2019

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