A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder Book Review

Title: A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder
Series: A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder #1
Author: Holly Jackson
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Pages: 433
Rating: 5


Have you ever read a book where you lose track of what page you are on then before you know it you’re already finished the book, well that just happen to me with this story. I can’t get over this book. This is my second mystery novel and by far my favorite.

Pippa Fitz-Amobi, is a senior in high school who decides to have her school project about a girl named Andie Bell who was murdered by her boyfriend Sal Singh five years ago. Pippa lives in a small town and everyone truly believes that Andie Bell was murdered by her boyfriend.

“He did it, they say. Sal killed Andie. But I’m just not so sure.”

Pippa teams up with the murder suspect younger brother Ravi to find out the truth about the murder. Together they work on the case to find the truth and interview people they know to discover what really happened the night Andie disappeared.

Once you start reading this book you won’t be able to put it down. I never read a book so fast in my life. This mystery novel was the best. The reading flow was on point and the plot and the end of the story will leave you speechless. Holly Jackson is an author to look out for, her mystery novel left me with goosebumps.

I was asking myself who can truly be behind this murder and what happen the night Andie disappeared. So much action, and mystery in this story that will want you to keep reading. Pippa was such a strong character and very intelligent. I loved the bond she builds with Ravi and how they become a strong team to figure out the truth behind this murder.

I look forward to reading Holly Jackson’s second book for this novel “Good Girl’s, Bad Blood”

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