The headlines say she killed her family. The truth? She doesn’t remember.
Andrea McNulty goes to sleep on her eighteenth birthday with a near-perfect life: she’s a high school field hockey star, a doted-upon big sister, the beloved daughter of two happy parents. But when she wakes up in a motel room the next morning, unable to remember what happened the previous night and covered in blood, Andi is a fugitive.
According to the news, Andi’s parents were brutally attacked in the middle of the night. Her father is dead, her mother is in a coma, her little brother Josh is missing–and Andi is the prime suspect. Terrified and on the run from the police, Andi teams up with Nate, the sympathetic boy working the motel’s front desk, to find the real murderer. But while the police are getting further from the killer, the killer is getting closer to Andi–closer than she could ever have imagined.
What happen when you wake up in a strange hotel with no memory?
Andrea is in a state of panic in the beginning of the book. When looking on the new she is shock. Her father is dead, mother is in a coma, and brother is missing. Somehow the police thinks she done it. With no memory or what happen. She must trust a complete stranger for help. Did Andrea really hurt her family or someone else is after them?
The Girl in the Headlines was a very tense in the beginning until the end. There was no one who you can trust. Andrea faces the struggle to finding the truth and her brother before it’s to late. With the police and the news against her,she must face this alone. Soon she will face doubt with herself.
The book was suspenseful at times and a huge guessing game on what’s going on. Even you start to wonder if Andrea really done it at times. I did liked this book and would read more mystery/thriller from this author. Her other book I read was Truly, Madly, Deadly which was good also.
In the mood for a quick mystery/thriller then check out The Girl In the Headlines.