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An Anonymous Girl
by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

Book Review by - Linda
I've always loved a good psychological thriller, but I have to say, I'm fast becoming a fan of Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen books in particular. I loved THE WIFE BETWEEN US and seriously doubted this second one would match its intensity. All I can say is AN ANONYMOUS GIRL is fabulous, maybe even be better than their first.

Here, they tell a story of Jess, a young freelance makeup artist, who participates in a psych professor's study on morality and ethics. The basis of the study is simple enough, answer a series of questions on morality and ethics truthfully. Well, as Jess ponders and does her best to be honest, you can't help but wonder how you would answer the questions.

Some of the questions are really personal, they make you think about the moral choices you make in life and what motivates you to be honest. You'll also start to think about the boundaries of truth and morality; are the lines set in stone or are they movable? In all, a great storyline, it's dark, suspenseful, twisty and definitely thoutht provoking. Highly recommend.Back.

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