Why did I read this book?
I got this on audiobook from the Lexington public library. I had heard of the author because of her most recent book, Gone Girl, which was receiving a lot of praise. I figured another book by her would be a good listen, so I borrowed it!
What is it about?
Camille is a crime reporter, and some recent disappearances and murders in her very small hometown have given her current employer reason to send her back there and investigate. She is thrown back into her life there with a strained relationship with her mom and her half sister. Seeing old friends who have gotten married and started families, and trying to piece together these weird crimes.
Why you should read it!
This is a great book. The mystery surrounding the plot keeps you very interested. While discovering little bits here and there about Camille's past keep adding twists and turns. This was a very dark book, so be ready for that. I did think it kept getting darker as you learned more about each and every character. But somehow you just had to know what was happening in this messed up town, and who was behind the murders. Although I couldn't personally relate to any of the characters, I still found most of them fascinating. I would highly recommend this book!
Reviews from around the blogosphere:
The Book Geek
Book Hooked Blog
An Unexpected Book Blog
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