Very Bad People by Kit Frick


Six years ago, Calliope Bolan’s mother drove the family van into a lake with her three daughters inside. The girls escaped, but their mother drowned, and the truth behind the “accident” remains a mystery Calliope is determined to solve. Now sixteen, she transfers to Tipton Academy, the same elite boarding school her mother once attended. Tipton promises a peek into the past and a host of new opportunities—including a coveted invitation to join Haunt and Rail, an exclusive secret society that looms over campus like a legend.

Calliope accepts, stepping into the exhilarating world of the “ghosts,” a society of revolutionaries fighting for social justice. But when Haunt and Rail commits to exposing a dangerous person on campus, it becomes clear that some ghosts define justice differently than others.

As the society’s tactics escalate, Calliope uncovers a possible link between Haunt and Rail and her mother’s deadly crash. Now, she must question what lengths the society might go to in order to see a victory—and if the secret behind her mother’s death could be buried here at Tipton.

My Review:

What happens when a mother dies and almost take her kids with her?

Calliope is on the hunt for the truth. After so many years she ready to step into her mother’s footsteps by attending her old school. She will try to understand her mom better, also unlock the mystery of her death years ago. Did her mother really tried to kill herself and her daughters?

I liked Very Bad People. It was kinda of slow burn mystery, that I enjoyed. A lot of guessing games on who to trust or not. It had some nice twists towards the end. I do liked Kit Frick mystery books and looking forward to more of her reads. This book was a very quick read and is hard to put down until you get answers. Looking for a good mystery, then check out Very Bad People.

Happy Reading!!

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