Image of The Good Sister


Image of The Good Sister

The way that the antagonist of this thriller manipulates his victims via the Internet is downright chilling. Using multiple points of view, the novel reveals a twisted mind intent on making a group of adults pay for their teenaged “sins.” The suspense will keep you turning pages.

As Jen Archer helps her daughter Carley deal with bullying and the loss of a friend through suicide, she has no idea that the traumatic events are the doings of an unknown madman who is using a group of teenage girls to get to their parents. Using an Internet alias, the killer befriends the girls online, then uses social media to turn them against one another. A second suicide and more seemingly unrelated “accidental” deaths draw a web around Jen and two of her old friends. (HARPER, Oct., 432 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Roseann Marlett