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Two Can Keep a Secret
Author: Karen McManus
Publish: January 8, 2019
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Format: ebook, hardcover, audiobook
Pages: 336
Review: When I first started reading this I didn’t know what to think. But the more I read it another book came to mind while not like it in someways it was similar. A book I reviewed earlier called The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas. They both seemed to have a whodunit while totally different scenarios this deals with Homecoming while the other dealt with Cheerleaders. I found this book really entertaining it was a real mystery and trying to decide who the culprit was well it seemed everyone was guilty of something but it was a wild read and I loved the book. Karen really made you think on this one. But you will have to read it to find out more.
Rating:
4.0 rating
Description:

Echo Ridge is small-town America. Ellery's never been there, but she's heard all about it. Her aunt went missing there at age seventeen. And only five years ago, a homecoming queen put the town on the map when she was killed. Now Ellery has to move there to live with a grandmother she barely knows.

The town is picture-perfect, but it's hiding secrets. And before school even begins for Ellery, someone's declared open season on homecoming, promising to make it as dangerous as it was five years ago. Then, almost as if to prove it, another girl goes missing.

Ellery knows all about secrets. Her mother has them; her grandmother does too. And the longer she's in Echo Ridge, the clearer it becomes that everyone there is hiding something. The thing is, secrets are dangerous--and most people aren't good at keeping them. Which is why in Echo Ridge, it's safest to keep your secrets to yourself.

Author Details:

As a kid I used to write books when I was supposed to be playing outside, and not much has changed. I'm a marketing and communications professional who also writes Young Adult contemporary and fantasy fiction in Cambridge, MA.

When not writing or working I love to travel, and along with my nine-year old son I've ridden horses in Colombia and bicycles through Paris. A member of SCBWI, I hold a bachelor’s degree in English from the College of the Holy Cross and a master’s degree in Journalism from Northeastern University. Which I have never, ever used professionally.