Having received a copy of this book from BookishFirst, I was excited to dive right in. The reviews I read were stellar, and I love nothing more than a twisty murder mystery.
All that said, I wanted to love the book more than I did. The second half of the book had a solid twist, but then I felt like Jewell was adding more turns just to up the ante. Some of them obscured the storytelling for me.
Jewell is a talented writer of suspense. I very much enjoyed the different POVs throughout, and her set-up of the murder was nothing short of fantastic.
I did keep jumping back in to find out what happened. So that must mean it's a decent read. But do I find myself raving about it? Not quite.