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Suffice it to say, I enjoyed reading this book.
Except for when it comes to who the killer is - Nora has doubts that the ex-boyfriend, Buddy, killed the girls even though the entire town believes it was him.
I hope she's found peace and closure, and I wish her the best, however, I just did not find the novel that noteworthy.
Small communities rarely change their minds even when proven wrong. Sometimes the young can form an opinion and be right.Published 13 days ago by busymom
Not at all what we expected for our 11 year old. The author's other books do not contain profanity and adult situations like this book does.Published 1 month ago by susannah j.
I read Deep, Dark and Dangerous I believe in the 7th grade and to be honest ... That book kinda freaked me out. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alyssia
This book is awesome. I just started reading it and am almost done, hard to put down you just wanna know what's going to happen next!Published 2 months ago by Tina
(Written by my 11-yo daughter) I thought the book had some bad examples that you should never do, such as bad words, drinking, and other things. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Katherine Gentil
My daughter has read just about every one of Hahn's books and has loved every single one. We hope that she writes a new one soon!Published 6 months ago by Rachael
I loved it
It was really good and very suspenseful i didnt like though when mister death got away with it
I loved the book at the beginning it was non stop reading but towards the end it gets sad and she talks about her feelings it gets boring 😴😴😴😥Published 9 months ago by Kendall
I love this book! Though usually I'm not a fan of mystery, this is really heart warming. But in a sad way. Spoiler alert! Buddy gets blamed for the murder. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Gregory Strauther