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Dead Girls Don't Write Letters Paperback – 1 May 2004
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"BCCB" Delicious suspense...[Lois] Duncan fans and those who relish a taut, suspenseful enigma will find themselves right at home here.
About the Author
Gail Giles, a native Texan, now lives in Fairbanks, Alaska, with her husband. She is also the author of Shattering Glass (0689860463), which publishes in October 2004.
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A great book with a gripping story right to the end,definitely worth reading.
Jazz Reynolds was the "it" girl--popular, outgoing, loved and praised and admired by everyone. When she up and left after high-school graduation to take on New York, leaving only a letter explaining her actions behind, her parents were devastated. But when they got word that dear Jazz had died in an apartment fire, devasted gave way to destroyed. Sunny's mother is incapable of taking care of herself, her father has turned into a raging drunk, and there's no one to take care of Sunny but herself.
But even though the prodigal daughter has returned, there's something wrong. Even though the girl claiming to be Jazz looks a lot like her, Sunny is convinced that this girl isn't Jazz. She's too nice, too sweet, too un-Jazz to be Jazz. Her father seems to agree, and together they set out to figure out what's going on.
I admit this book has a pretty interesting mystery, but it wasn't my favorite book by Gail Giles. Overall though, it's a pretty quick, entertaining read.
Reviewed by: Jennifer Wardrip, aka "The Genius"
Oooh, and it's all so clever, and the twists at the end will have you furiously thinking!
Not a long novel, spanning a few days, and a fascinating concept.
Great, just great.
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