Member Blogs > Journey of a BooksellerThe French Girl by Lexie Elliott

  • Sun, 14 Jan 2018 09:00:00    Permalink
    When they graduated from college, they went on a vacation to celebrate.  Celebrate they did and some of them hooked up in relationships, but it would come back to haunt them later in life.  Finding a dead body in a well will do that for you...

    Berkley and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published February 20th.

    This was a very interesting read.  It looks back at the personalities of the students, the things they wanted in the past, and how much they want to save what they have at the present time.  They've changed.  Some for the better, some for the worst.  But if the French girl never left, who was on the video camera footage wearing her clothes?  And if a stranger didn't kill her, it must have been one of the group.

    There's a real chameleon in the batch.  It is determined to get all it wants no matter who gets hurt on the way.  It's hard to realize that someone would kill for that.  It's even harder when you are looking at all your friends and trying to figure out who could have done it.

    Add in the ghost of the dead girl who happens to be haunting Kate and it gets even more interesting.

    I had no clue who it was until it was almost too late.  What's worse is that the killer can't be convicted.  There's not enough proof.  But, not to worry.  Karma comes around and justice prevails.

    This story is haunting me a bit but at least I don't see ghosts...

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