Monday, May 30, 2016

Review: The Drowning Girls

The Drowning Girls The Drowning Girls by Paula Treick DeBoard
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the kind of book that keeps you on the edge... you may even want to peek on the last pages to see if everything ends up all right.

When Phil & Liz and their daughter Danielle move to The Palms, they're out of their league. Phil is the new community relations specialist, Liz is a school counselor. Their neighbors are rich, very rich.

Danielle meets new friends, and one of them just happens to turn into their worst nightmare. She has a history of stalking older men, which is denied both by herself and her parents. She has already destroyed a teacher's life and now Phil is her target.

Can you put a stop to a psychopath? And even worse, to an underage psychopath whose parents are even more spoiled than she is.

So, the lives of all these people unravel pretty fast. Under all the glitter and the snobbery, they're all pretty unhappy.

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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