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As Good As Dead: TikTok made me buy it! The brand new and final book in the bestselling YA thriller trilogy (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, Book 3)

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Not only does she make it look like someone else is the killer, staging false evidence and coming up with an elaborate scheme, but she gets Ravi to help her and also a few of her friends 😕 that is so fucked up. and she also “ruined” every single happy moment she had with her friends by thinking about the ending of the second book. Nor in her desperate attempts to escape justice by manipulating the crime scene and time of death, and creating a series of false alibis. So violent murder is a bit out-of-character for Pip, but we know she’s just experienced a very traumatic event and was almost murdered by him, so it is sort of? he’s everything that is wrong in this world, thinking women need to listen to men and believing we should not speak up, which absolutely infuriates me.

I must admit, the kidnapping scene happened not where I thought it would in the book, and her managing to escape was quite far fetched, but I was still rather enjoying it nonetheless at that point. The framing was ridiculous, with the changing of the Rigor and Livor Mortis with a car air con and miraculously removing all of Pip’s DNA from the crime scene.I am not a big fan of an open ending, though it is made known that it ends as to how we would want it to be. Or the fact that the police was continuously portrayed as nothing but a useless 🤡 throughout the series.

They decide to frame someone else for the murder rather than trying to dispose of the body and Max is the perfect person. The first book in the bestselling thriller trilogy, soon to be a major TV series starring Emma Myers . in the beginning, i found it to be childish how he started a fight with max given that he was a grown ass adult and max was still growing. He does his villain monologue and confesses to killing Pip’s dog way back in the first book (mwahahahhahaa! When the police refuse to act on her behalf, Pip does the thing she is best at, she investigates herself.

Last time, Pip had been the kind of someone who outdid the police in cracking murder and missing person cases. All of the links tying him to the other novels proved just how much thought had gone into everything and I was very impressed. If you've read any other reviews, you've likely seen that there is a major twist around the halfway mark, and it's not the revelation of the identity to the serial killer being discussed. The fact that Pip really struggles with recovering from her experiences made her feel that much more real to me.

However, Pip learns that Maria Karras contacted her through the podcast back in April asking for her help in proving Billy’s innocence so she is more than willing to provide Pip with whatever she wants. One of the main reasons I escape into books is to take comfort in strong characters who can kick ass again and again, rising from the ashes no matter what happens to them. I actually was rooting for DI Hawkings to find out the truth and even was excited for a sec when he found out about the headphones! Ravi is so caring and understanding, he was there for Pippa and continue to do so until the last book. And by twisting out of the conventions of the detective novel into something… else, Jackson loses the drive of that plot.As we approach the ¾ mark in the novel, we’ve still got around 200 pages left for Pip and Ravi to get away with murder and put a serial rapist behind bars and I can’t wait to see if they actually pull it off or if Pip is going to prison. It's about a guy confessing to crimes he didn't commit, because he was coerced into false confession by the police. She kept convincing herself that she was merely hallucinating due to a lack of sleep and her condition. Pacing was spot-on and every scene had a purpose, so the 89 min runtime flew by, and I actually wanted more.

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