Sʜᴏᴿᴛ Sʏɴᴏᴘsɪs for The It Girl
In the The It Girl, April seems to have it all: money, looks, talent, and personality. Hannah becomes part of her life when they become college roommates bringing a small group of friends together.
April is murdered, and ten years later, Hannah is still struggling after the man responsible because of her testimony dies, claiming innocence. Will her sleuthing put an end to her concern or cause her more problems?
Psychological thrillers are my favorite genre, and The It Girl fits the bill. So many red herrings that I changed my mind repeatedly trying to figure out who murdered April.
The group of friends made for an interesting lot. There was always more going on in the background with each of them, which made it easy to falter in figuring out the killer.
I liked characters at times and disliked them at other times. They were all flawed, which made them more believable.
Ruth Ware sends Hannah on a twisty road to discovering who killed her best friend. Did I mention her husband was April’s boyfriend at the time of the murder? Or that Hannah is pregnant while trying to figure this mess out?
The It Girl takes a college friendship on a slippery slope of death and denial. Ruth Ware’s writing style always takes me for a wild ride.
Definitely grab The It Girl. Its pub date is July 22, 2022, but you can preorder it. I suggest you do!
Thank you to NetGalley, the author, and the publisher for providing this ebook for me to read and review. 💕
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