Title: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder
Author: Holly Jackson
When her teacher assigned a Senior Capstone project, Pip knew immediately that she would be spending her final year of high school proving the innocence of Sal Singh. Five years earlier, Sal was found dead with a suicide note admitting to the murder of his girlfriend, Andie Bell. Andie went missing a few days earlier and it was believed that Sal was the last person to see her alive.
But Pip never fell for that version of the story.
There were too many red flags for Pip to just assume that Sal murdered his girlfriend. Long after the rest of the town stopped searching, Pip still wrestled with the case. Under the facade of a school project, Pip engaged in interviews, followed leads, and disregarded threats of danger as she worked to prove the innocence of Sal Singh. With the help of Sal’s younger brother, Ravi, Pip builds a case and a list of suspects longer than she ever anticipated. Andie had woven a thick strand of lies and unusual behavior prior to her disappearance, and Pip made it her job to untangle those threads…
My first Book Club Guide is now available in my Products for $5.00. In this seven-page guide, there are places to record notes while you read and points for discussion in small group settings. As I read this book, it was helpful to have space to describe characters and persons of interest in the case because Pip chased many rabbits down their holes in her quest to learn what happened to Andie Bell.
The Ameri Brit Mom