Wednesday, December 28, 2016
The Girl I Used to Be
There has been a new discovery after fourteen years. Her father's jawbone was discovered in the same forest where her mother was murdered. The investigation has been reopened. Maybe her father isn't the killer she thought he was.
Now she's back in her hometown where no one knows who Olivia is, and the past and the present are colliding and dredging up old memories. As she investigates the past and all the little grudges and jealousies she was too young to remember, she comes ever closer to the truth and her parents' killer.
This is another solid mystery from April Henry. It's not my favorite of her books; it takes too long to really get going for such a short book, but it is a solid escapist suspense story.