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    Gripping Psychological Thriller

    Sylvie and Victoria were the very best of friends when they were 15 years old. But Victoria was murdered that year and the killer never found. Sylvie left her parents' house and went to live with an aunt. She never went back ... until now. Twenty years later, Sylvie has returned home ... and to the secrets she's been running from since her friend died. A necklace, once worn by her friend, is mailed to Sylvie. Someone knows exactly what happened that night. There are some who will keep their secrets ... will she be one of them? Or will she be a victim? This is one of those books that grabbed me from the very first and didn't let go. Told in chapters of Sylvie today and Sylvie when she was a teenager, and a cleverly written 'witness' in the form of a TV program.. think Unsolved Mysteries. I think the author did a fine job in fully defining characters... especially when both girls were teenagers. I was one once and I lived through two teenagers of my own, so I didn't have to overuse my imagination when the girls did the things they did. The introduction of secondary characters ... Victoria's parents, Sylvie's mother's neighbors, the girl they knew in school that they weren't very nice to. The TV program introduced several others that knew the girls from their childhood. The story is very cleverly written and quite easy to follow. There were some twists and turns along the way with a surprise ending. Many thanks to the author / Bookouture / Netgalley for the advance digital copy of this Psychological Thriller. Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.
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    Absolutely loved it!

    Her Best Friend by Sarah Wray is a mystery/thriller, and the second book this author has published. First, let me thank NetGalley, the publisher Bookouture, and of course the author, for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Twenty years ago, teenagers Sylvie Armstrong and Victoria Bland were best friends. Almost inseparable. Until Victoria’s body was found in a nearby lake. Shortly after, Sylvie’s dad passed away, and she was sent to live with her Aunt. She has never spoken of that time, and has never been back. Twenty years is a long time. Now Sylvie has returned to clean up the house after her mother died. Sam Price, a film maker, has also arrived in Conley, and wants to do a documentary on the mysterious death of Victoria. No one was ever found guilty of the crime, and a true-crime website has re-awoken this mystery. Sam is going to stir everything up again. Victoria’s mother is thrilled. Not too many other people share that feeling. For Sylvie, the memories will bring heartbreak, and she will have to decide whether she can live with a secret, or risk everything to share it. First, I loved this book. It kept you enthralled, and was really hard to put down. Thankfully the writing was smooth (if a little slow paced), but a real easy read. The author told the story from Sylvie’s point of view in the past and the present, with an occasional chapter from Sam’s perspective. This brought all the characters into focus. Speaking of the characters, all of them have a few questionable traits that add to the mystery. The twist at the end was wonderful. A real surprise. Well, that was fun! Going to have to read more of Sarah Wray’s books.
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    Easy reading

    For me it was predictable but non the less a canny read
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    Catchy story

    This was a quick read because the story was very interesting. I read it in 3 days; over a weekend. The twist at the end did surprise, so very good.
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    Surprise Ending

    A good read, entertaining with a satisfying ending

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