Book Review- A Good Girl’s Guide To     Murder 

Author-Holly Jackson

Genre- Thriller; Suspense

Pages Count-347

Publisher- Electric Monkey

Source- Private copy

Book Description

Andie’s body ,17,was reported missing from her home in Little Kilton ..

Sal is dead ..

Everyone thinks Sal killed Andie..but Pippa didn’t believe..

How the story goes?

Pippa Fitz –Amobi, decided to take topic of the murder of Sal Singh for her EPQ project. Because, Pippa deluded that Sal had nothing in his sleeve about Andie . Pippa went to the haunted house ,according to kilton’s to meet with Ravi Singh, Sal’s brother. Ravi decided to tell the story to Pipa , ‘ What actually happened on 20th April,2012? Who was behind the Andie’s disappearance and Sal’s Death? Did Sal kill Andie or someone else from the town?

Now this was not project anymore for Pippa..

What makes this book Unique?

It’s climax ,characters ,and story. You must’ve read lots of thrillers but this is something different. I don’t think readers will be able to catch up the murderer till the end of the book . A character driven story with lots of twists, turns ,and leaving you emotional . The protagonist , Pippa put gather  all the pieces of evidence to tail the real culprit.

Skip It or Get IT?

Please get it if you are a fan of this genre.

About Holly Jackson

 

Holly Jackson started writing stories from a young age, completing her first (poor) attempt at a novel aged fifteen. She lives in London and aside from reading and writing, she enjoys playing video games and watching true crime documentaries so she can pretend to be a detective. A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder is her first novel.

https://www.instagram.com/reet.kalra.75/

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