The girl you killed
By Leslie Wolf
About the girl you killed
The girl you killed
Psychological, domestic, legal thriller
An independent novel
Set – Texas
Publisher: Slant Publishing (October 5, 2021)
Number of pages – 302
Andrea Burford’s life is almost perfect. An avid marine biologist, happily married to Craig, the man she loves, recently moved into a home that matches their success to enjoy a life many others only dream of, in one of Houston’s most coveted suburbs. But just a few months later, a trial that dramatically polarizes the names of their town calls for Craig Braford as a defendant in the murder of his young wife, and shatters the peace of the peaceful community.
Andy’s name is on everyone’s lips, her relationships are exposed and torn to shreds in a media bag that everyone’s eyes are glued to the internet. Andrea’s life remains a mystery that researchers and public opinion are unable to solve to the same extent. Is she the happy and devoted woman who made everyone believe she is?
Only she can answer that question.
The bestselling notebook of The Dawn Girl returns with a suspenseful and sweeping psychological thriller. Celeste Ng, Alex Michaelides and Lian Moriarty fans will enjoy The girl you killed, An addictive psychological thriller that will keep readers captivated until the last page.
Andrea Bradford is happily happy in her marriage. Her husband adores her, they have a beautiful house in a fantastic neighborhood and she just found out she is pregnant. The only thing she wants is a job, hopefully in her alma mater using her skills as a marine biologist.
Tragically, Andy’s life is interrupted when she is murdered. Her husband Craig is the main suspect in the police. The community quickly becomes invested in Andy’s life and death. Will the truth be revealed?
I have to start this review by saying I need to be careful because I do not want to give anything that WOW! It was a crazy story.
The characters are well developed throughout this story. It is impossible not to love Andy and be invested in her life. Craig on the other hand is just the opposite. It starts out just fine but very quickly becomes a villain.
The notebook takes time and knows how to build the tension that draws the reader deeper and deeper into the intricate web of this psychological thriller. She manipulated the story and the characters in such an excellent way. Her detailed writing style fits well with such a story. Craig was clearly driven. Andy seemed to be under his spell until it was too late. I liked that some of the episodes ended with some testimony in court that teased us about what was to come. For me, it really increased my reading speed and one more chapter – Itts. The book kept reading until the early hours of the morning because I just could not put it down.
Ms. Wolf wrote a fascinating, compelling and powerful story with surprising twists. She took me to the plaza and I enjoyed every page and column.
This is the first book I have read by this author, but it will not be the last. She seems to be a prolific writer so I have a lot of books to choose from.
An exciting thriller with a solid character development I must give The girl you killed My highest rating. Paradise.
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About Leslie Wolf
Leslie Wolf He is a bestselling author whose novels break the pattern of traditional thrillers. She creates memorable, brilliant and powerful female heroines who provide fast and satisfying suspense, backed by a comprehensive background study in technology and psychology.
Leslie published her first novel, Director, October 2011. Since then, she has written much more, and has continued to break down the barriers of traditional thrillers. Her fast-paced suspense style, backed by extensive background research in technology and psychology, has made Leslie one of the most read writers in the genre and she has created an array of memorable, brilliant and powerful female heroines all along.
A recently released psychological thriller and an addictive, psychological thriller, The girl you killed Will attract fans The cancellation, The silent patient, Or Small fires everywhere. Reminiscent of the drama on TV Criminal minds, Her book series featuring the fierce and incessant FBI agent Ths wind It will be of great interest to readers of the crime thrillers of James Patterson, Melinda Lee and David Baldachi. Fans of Kendra Elliott and Robert Dogoni thrilling mysteries will love the Las Vegas crime A series showcasing the tense relationship between Baxter and Holt. Finally, she is Alex Hoffman A series of political action and espionage adventures will captivate readers of Tom Clancy, Brad Thor and Lee Child.
Leslie has won many accolades for her work, including inquiries from Hollywood, and her books offer something different and tangible, as readers become invested not only in the main characters and plot, but also in the cruel minds of the murderers she creates.
A full list of Leslie’s titles is available at LeslieWolfe.com/books.
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