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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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So then why have Ravi be so willing to help Pip especially if he is supposed to be her moral compass? knowing that they were willing to choose each other makes me have hope that they would continue to at any given time, even 694 days after having no contact. As Bryant's mysterious and dangerous past catches up to him, he is forced into a life and death struggle to clear his name, save the boy and get back all he left behind. Maria explains that Billy worked for Green Scene, Jason Bell’s company so he worked on a lot of the sites where the bodies were dumped and found Tara’s body.

Looks like Pip is going to have to handle this herself, and when she notices similarities with a closed case of a serial killer, things go from bad to worse. And I get that PTSD is real, I really do, but Pip turns so anti-police that the entire tone of the book becomes almost political, which is totally unnecessary. Breaking into Max’s house, drugging him, stealing his phone and clothes and taking some DNA to sprinkle at the scene? If she had his best interests in heart she would know that he deserved someone else and it would also add some character development because she would be SELF AWARE.So many times in books, the protagonists go through incredibly horrific things and just seem to get over it. Was it some statistics thing, like ‘one out of six serial killer’s victims is more likely to survive than others’? This book has nuclear meltdowns, knotty plannings, creepy scenarios, unconditional love, and incredible friendship goals.

As Pip takes matters into her own hands and investigates, she starts connecting that case with her own - the stalker who's been leaving dead pigeons in front of her house and who paints headless chalk stick figures in the driveway. Pip does go and see DI Hawkins like Ravi asked but he says exactly what she was expecting downplaying her fears and tries to attribute them to her PTSD even when Pip herself is so sure now about the stalker before she leaves she makes sure the police now exactly what she thinks of them. i think it kind of frustrated me for them to never get confirmation and inevitably entangle themselves in a murder despite the fact that it was necessary for everything to happen. Unbeknownst to her, however, a serial killer hiding in plain sight in Little Kilton has set their sights on her and is closing in. Yes, the character whom she tries to frame is a sleaze and not an innocent person in any meaningful way, but they were not guilty of this murder.Overall, this has been a solid 5 star series and each one of these books has left me breathless by the end and this might be contender for my favourite book of the year. The highly-anticipated finale to the A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder series, the instant bestsellers that read like your favorite true crime podcast or show. I must say that I disliked the fact that she still seemed to like Charlie, even after all of the PTSD Stanley’s death caused her and how much she was protesting him committing the act at the time. i didn’t expect andie bell to have a factor in this book but knowing she had to live with a dark secret and keep it from everyone she knew was just so sad. I don’t know about you, but I would rather have that police chief think I’m paranoid than try to sleep at night knowing a killer is watching my house.

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