The Good Girls by Claire Eliza Bartlett

The troublemaker. The overachiever. The cheer captain. The dead girl.
Like every high school in America, Jefferson-Lorne High contains all of the above.
After the shocking murder of senior Emma Baines, three of her classmates are at the top of the suspect list: Claude, the notorious partier; Avery, the head cheerleader; and Gwen, the would-be valedictorian.
Everyone has a label, whether they like it or not–and Emma was always known as a good girl. But appearances are never what they seem. And the truth behind what really happened to Emma may just be lying in plain sight. As long-buried secrets come to light, the clock is ticking to find Emma’s killer–before another good girl goes down.

My Review:

What happens when a girl is assumed dead?

There a video going around of Emma jumping off the cliff and looks like someone push her in it. Three girls might have the answers on what happens to poor Emma.

Claude is on top of the list a trouble maker and no one believes her on what she has to say. Then there Avery so quick to help with the case and put the blame on Claude. Then there is Gwen, with Emma out of the way she is a shoe in to be class valedictorian.

The Good Girls was a thrilling read. It was a huge guessing game on whodunit until the very end. Also fill with some many twists you don’t see coming. I like how the book is told in point of views of each girls. It was nice taking a look inside their lives and find out what each of them lying about. I had trouble putting the book because I needed answers right away. This book was a perfect mystery that I can read over and over again.

What I enjoy how much these girls don’t even like each other and put blame on one and other. Yet some of the stories they tell to the police don’t add up. What really happen to Emma?

Find out the truth when you read The Good Girls.

Happy Reading!!!

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