Tragedy Girl, by Christine Hurley Deriso

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Christine Hurley Deriso is the author of Then I Met My Sister, Thirty Sunsets, and her newest novel, Tragedy Girl.

Tragedy should be Anne’s middle name. Her parents just died in a car crash, forcing her to move to a new town to live with her aunt and uncle. There she meets Blake, whose girlfriend drowned a few months before. They understand each other, and what they’re each going through, and hit it off immediately.

Then Anne starts to wonder if something is off. Her friends never let her be alone with Blake. Blake’s friends and family act oddly around him. Then she starts hearing rumors about the death of Blake’s girlfriend, whose body was never recovered. Soon Blake himself starts acting strange, and she starts wondering if there’s more to the story than anyone else realizes.

Tragedy Girl is a fast-paced psychological thriller about two wounded people who find each other, but it is also about secrets and the damage they can do.

(Galley provided by Flux via NetGalley.)

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