Even If It Kills Her

Even If It Kills Her

A Bailey Weggins Mystery

Book - 2017
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In this exhilarating new thriller from New York Times bestselling author Kate White, one young woman searches for clues to the murder of her family, only to discover a shocking secret about herself that holds the key to everything.

Jillian Lowe seemed to have it all. Both beautiful and accomplished, she lit up any room that she walked into. All of that dramatically changed when her parents and two siblings were brutally murdered at her childhood home her second year in college. The crime shattered what was once a picture-perfect family and nearly derailed Jillian's hopes for her future.

Now, sixteen years later, Jillian is shocked to learn that the man imprisoned for murdering her family didn't do it. With the real killer walking free and the cops dragging their heels, Jillian once again feels her life unraveling, and desperately seeks help from an old friend from college, true crime writer Bailey Weggins.

As the two women return to Jillian's childhood town to investigate, it doesn't take long for their sleuthing to cause shock waves. Someone starts watching their every move. As they uncover deeply-guarded secrets, so shocking that they make Jillian rethink her entire relationship to her family, Bailey and Jillian find themselves in fear of their own lives. The truth has consequences and they must decide if they're ready to face them.

Publisher: New York, New York :, Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers,, ©2017.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780062798688
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY WHI
Characteristics: 428 pages ; 24 cm

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Nov 16, 2018

I was aghast that she is way older than she looks (and even older than I) but shocked that someone who was a professional editor and published with a major house could have at least five jarring spelling and/or grammatical errors in the same novel (e.g., s/b grisly not grizzly) - disconcerting that an educated Boomer could be so lacking. The novel is very linear and she displays no talent to juggle two balls at once so she's never going to be say a Michael Connelly or a Lee Child. The level of writing talent would be acceptable for a YA audience but falls short for adults. Nonetheless, she does contemporary well and her characters are not deadwood - it's written with a woman's sensibility but without wallowing in it. So overall a fairly good effort except for the shortcomings.

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