Book Review: An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen #bookreview #ananonymousgirl

January 8

Genre: Thriller, Fiction, Mystery

Published: January 8, 2019 πŸ†•

Pages: 384


My Review:

Holy moly this was an intense read. Dr. Shields is one of the most chillingly manipulative characters I’ve read.

Imagine a test where you are in an empty classroom, sitting at a computer and asked a series of questions. As the questions progress, they become more personal and are more about character and morality. Would you be honest? What if you were being paid very very well?

Jess, a struggling student has stumbled onto an “easy money” opportunity and she’s more than a little desperate. What happens when you’re willing to cross the line, just a teensy bit?

Reasons To Read: short chapters, compelling plot, relatable main character, epic twists and turns, chilling villain

Kudos to this amazing writing duo!

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About the Authors:

Green Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen developed such a great editor-author relationship that they decided to cowrite a gripping psychological thriller, ‘The Wife Between Us

Photo by Bill Miles

Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen’s prolific editor-author relationship began in 2010 with Pekkanen’s debut novel, The Opposite of Me.

The two women formed an instant connection, which grew into a close friendship while Hendricks edited six more of Pekkanen’s novels, the latest being The Perfect Neighbors (2016). Read the rest…


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  1. I did not read the first book by these authors, but am looking forward to getting to this one. It sounds just creepy enough but not too bad, with that suspense element that I like. Short chapters are also a bonus.

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