What a great mystery this book was. I can’t remember the last time I read a story with so many twists and turns. And then those twists and turns had twists and turns.
Small towns are hard, especially if you’re a teenager with a secret. When Hattie Hoffman goes missing, it’s all anyone can talk about. And when her body is found a short time later, the rumors begin flying. Hattie was a good girl from a good family with everything going for her and a bright future ahead. But even good girls have secrets, and good girls may not be who we think they are.
Told from three points of view alternating between past and present, we find out that Hattie wasn’t who she pretended to be. And the bad person may or may not be who we think it is. Even when you think you know who it is, it really isn’t.
Again, a very vague review. But do you really want me to spoil it for you? Of course you don’t. So just trust me and read it.
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