Nothing More to tell by Karen M McManus
I don’t normally read whodonits but you know when you are reading a good book because you can’t put it down until you reach the end.
Like all good whodonits, “Nothing More to tell” provides you with various suspects. You think it was the butler what done it … but … it wasn’t.
The only problem that I had with this book as that it was writren in the first person and there were several narrators.
Still, maybe this is the modern style.
I was still a great book.
Four years before, Brynn quit Saint Ambrose School following the shocking murder of her favourite teacher. The case was never solved, but Brynn’s sure that the pupils who found Mr. Larkin’s body on school grounds know more than they are telling.
Brynn’s ex-best friend Tripp was one of them. Thanks to Tripp’s testimony none of the trio were found guilty of the murder. The police accept Tripp’s testimony and their benevolent fund receives a massive donation from one of the wealthy families. Was it a donation or a bribe? Who knows?
When Brynn’s family return to Sturgis, Massachusetts and Byynn goes back to Saint Ambrose School she finds that the three kids who found Mr. Larkin’s body are now at the top of the school’s social ladder.
Brynn has always wanted to be a journalist. She gets a part-time internship working on a new true-crime show. Her project is to investigate what really happened that day in the woods for herself.
The further she dives into the past, the more secrets she uncovers about Saint Ambrose School, about Mr. Larkin, and even about her ex-best friend.
I enjoyed Nothing More to tell by Karen M McManus Five Stars
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