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    Great book!

    Was a great book. Very suspenseful. Keeps you on the end of your seat until the last word.
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    Could not put down

    Erica Spindler is phenominal and one of my favorite authors. She keeps the suspense and interest going with each page turned. I'm always disaappointed when the book ends but look forward to her next one.
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    Past catches up...

    Erica Spindler has caused me to be very tired at work today. Started The Other Girl last night and could not put it down until the tale was told and the mystery revealed! Amazing characters, plot, twists, turns, never ending action. Being a fifteen year old girl from a poor home and forced to use spunk to navigate bad luck; Randi Rader has risen to the top. A new location and name can do wonders to change perspective and achieve self esteem. So Miranda Radar is a detective on the police force but has come to realize the past cannot be outrun. Given the lead on a gruesome murder should be a great opportunity but instead seems to be a set up to accuse Miranda for the deed. A classic example of people not being who they seem and a friend being disguised as a ruthless enemy. A bit of romance and quite a bit of graphic violence. "A copy of this book was provided to me by St. Martin's Press and author via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read and my comments here are my hones opinion."
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    The other girl

    Amazing book Very hard to put down always on the edge of your seat
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    Corruption in a small southern town

    Miranda Rader is an officer in the police force of the small town in Louisiana where she grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. Estranged from her family, she has spent 14 years working hard to bury "Randi"Rader, considered by most people to be a liar and a sneak, who spent 6 months in juvenile detention on a drug charge after a terrible traumatic night. She has done a pretty good job in erasing her past until she is called to the gruesome murder of a popular English professor, son of the college president. As the investigation progresses, things just don't add up for Miranda. Then she is implicated in the crime and her carefully rebuilt life begins to crumble. There are quite a few secondary characters, most of whom are not so nice, who seem insignificant, but are they? The twists and turns in the plot leave me suspecting most of them at one point or another. I liked Miranda a lot but I was ambivalent about her partner and lover Jake. She forgave him when I don't think I could have and indeed I was surprised that she did. This mystery is well plotted and well written with believable dialogue. It has mystery, suspense, some romance and an interesting backstory. I have read other books by Erica Spindler so I was excited to get the chance to read a review copy thanks to Netgalley and the publisher.
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