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Seven Dirty Secrets by Natalie D. Richards

Summary:

I know seven secrets:
One caused the fall. One did nothing. One saw it all.
One didn’t care. One used their head. One played the hero.
One was left for dead.

On her eighteenth birthday, Cleo receives a mysterious invitation to a scavenger hunt. She’s sure her best friend Hope or her brother Connor is behind it, but no one confesses. And as Cleo and Hope embark on the hunt, the seemingly random locations and clues begin to feel familiar.

In fact, all of the clues seem to be about Cleo’s dead boyfriend, Cyrus, who drowned on a group rafting trip exactly a year ago. A bracelet she bought him. A song he loved. A photo of the rafting group, taken just before Cyrus drowned. And then the phone calls start, Cyrus’s voice taunting Cleo with a cryptic question: You ready?

As the clock on the scavenger hunt ticks down, it becomes clear that someone knows what really happened to Cyrus. And that person will stop at nothing to make sure Cleo and her friends pay. Can they solve the hunt before someone else winds up dead?

My Review:

A mystery scavenger hunt, what could go wrong?

Cleo is trying to move from the death of her abusive boyfriend a year ago. Then on her birthday she gets a surprise gift a scavenger hunt. If she don’t win, the truth of her boyfriend death will come out to the world. The person leaving the hunt could be anyone. So what really happen to Cleo’s boyfriend?

Seven Dirty Secrets was such a thrill ride. It leaves on the huge guessing game on who to trust. After what Cleo’s boyfriend put her through,he deserves to be dead. This book was a fast pace read. Also I do like the cover of this read with the blood spots on it. I really did enjoyed this book, full of excitement and emotional.

Looking for a quick mystery, check out Seven Dirty Secrets. For a limited time the book is 5 bucks when buy something at the bookstore cafe.

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