“The facts, such as they were, were simple: Alicia was found alone with Gabriel’s body; only her fingerprints were on the gun. There was never any doubt she killed Gabriel. Why she killed him, on the other hand, remained a mystery,” (Michaelides 10). It’s been a long time since I’ve read a thriller that 1) …

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I received an ARC of this book from the publishers in exchange for an honest review. “It was accident, but…I killed Zoe Spanos” (Frick 15). Rebecca¬†meets the Hamptons meets true crime podcast in this new YA thriller that’s sure to change and pave the way for new novels in the genre.

“When you go missing it’s not so easy to return. Maybe you never really do,” (Goodman 259). I thought I was going to give up on this book. Once physical distancing was put into effect this was the first of my library books that I decided to read to start off quarantine but I gave …

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“The world was always conspiring to make young women vulnerable while labeling it as ‘fun.’ Made it seem like we were in control, like we were making all the choices, and then it was our fault when things went wrong. Us and our short skirts, our makeup, our taste for rum, for liking the things …

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