Reinberger Review: “A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder”

A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

Themes: redemption, courage and perseverance, and whodunit 

Review by Kristen Higgason (she/her)

MLIS Student, Kent State University iSchool

M.Ed Student, Kent State University EHHS

Andie Bell was murdered by Sal Singh five years ago – according to the police and everyone in town anyway. Not Pippa Fitz-Amobi though. When Pippa chooses this case for her senior thesis, she puts a target on herself when secrets start to unravel. 

This book will not disappoint! You will want to keep reading this book until you are finished and then you will sit there and realize how sneaky this novel is! This mystery thriller novel is packed with twists and turns. The way the book is written and being able to read Pippa’s notes, her interviews, and capstone project logs makes it feel like you are part of the story every step of the way. If you’re looking for a good whodunit novel, this is the one to pick up!

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