All Good People Here: A Novel
One of the most suspenseful thrillers I have read this year, All Good People Here, is a story that will get under the skin of its readers from start to finish. The book is told from the point of view of Krissy in 1994 and Margot in 2019. In 1994, Krissy and her husband Billy’s six-year-old daughter January goes missing and is soon after found dead in a ditch. In present-day 2019, Margot goes back to the small town she grew up in to take care of her Uncle Luke, who has a degenerative mental disease. Margot was best friends with January up until her death over two decades ago.
This story weaves back and forth between points of view and never misses a step. Margot is a reporter who is working remotely and, upon investigating a new case of a missing girl, finds herself obsessed yet again with January’s case. The police have their idea of whodunnit. And so do the townsfolk. But it’s Margot who decides to really dig deep and get to the bottom of the two cases. Fantastic and fast-paced, this book will have the hair on your arms standing as secrets are uncovered one by one.
|Page Count||320 pages|
|Publisher||Random House Publishing Group|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|