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    While YA Murder Mysteries aren’t my FAVOURITE genre (I’m a fantasy girl all the way) there are a few of them that catch my intrigue, and The Girl In The Picture was certainly one of them! If I was making a list of all the things this book would need to be a good one it HAD it: 1. The Private Boarding School 2. The Press 3. The Goody Two Shoes Girl Who Can’t Remember/ turns out to have a lot of secrets 4. The Politics 5. The Mean Girl 6. The WHO DID IT FACTOR And all these elements were functioning together REALLY WELL, until, suddenly, there was the victim’s SPIRIT involved. For me to take a murder mystery seriously, it needs to be all real elements, but Chace Porter’s Spirit guiding the two girls in his (past) life in an attempt to find his killer was STRANGE. It ruined this good murder mystery, turning it into a murder- paranormal genre. And it just… Didn’t fit. While the presence of a spirit certainly made things less believable, there still were a lot of things I DID like about the book, including the format it was written in. The book switches from one of the girls, Nicole Morgan, a violin prodigy, in the present on the very day that Chace’s body is discovered to Lana Riveria, a Congresswoman’s daughter in the past as she begins her romantic involvement with Chace and her friendship with Nicole. Both girls had strong, unique voices, their personalities and fears well heard from their view points. While I didn’t like Chace too much, the girls were a good make-up for him. All in all, The Girl In The Picture is a book DEFINITELY worth a read, but just be prepared for the Spirit of the Dead Guy! 3 stars.

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