All Good People Here
by Ashley Flowers
PBR Review: (by- Linda )

All Good People Here is the debut novel by Ashley Flowers, a true crime podcast host. I wasn't aware of who Ashley was until I started reading this book; however, you don't have to get too far into the book to realize that she understands crime.

The story is about the disappearance of two young girls, January, who disappeared in 1994, and Natalie, who disappeared 20 years later. It follows Margot, a reporter, who is writing a story about Natalie. However, as she's investigating, she discovers glaring similarities to the earlier case. And Margot remembers because Natalie was her best friend.

What makes this book work is Margot. She is likable, persistent in her search for the truth, and realistic, someone you would invite into your home.

Like others, as I was reading this book, I kept thinking about the infamous Jon Bonnet Ramsy case. But I was ok with this - although some were not. All Good People Here is a solid whodunnit mystery. It's entertaining, and there are many suspects, so it keeps you guessing and is nicely paced to keep you reading.

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