The Girls Weekend opens with an invitation. International bestselling young adult creator Sadie MacTavish is accumulating her college friends for a weekend getaway inside the Pacific Northwest to have fun their friendship and her cousin Amy’s pregnancy. The reunited Fearless Five put together for an ideal weekend prepared through their ideal friend, complete with wine, kayaking and plenty of rehashing of past adventures (in addition to grievances).
But the weekend takes a sour flip while their host suddenly is going missing, leaving at the back of a massive bloodstain, a messy residence and a missing statue. None of the friends consider the night before, but all realize the truth: With tensions high, any of them should be liable for Sadie’s obvious murder. The handiest problem is that none of them knows who.
Jody Gehrman’s brand new thriller is a locked-room mystery wherein no person even is aware of how the room got locked in the first place. The women—in all likelihood which includes the killer—dont’t know who’s chargeable for Sadie’s disappearance, to the factor that they think they may have all been drugged. Paranoia and claustrophobia succeed as our narrator, English professor June Moody, tries to discover what happened to her perfect and perfectly infuriating friend. Gehrman slowly and assuredly doles out one bit of recovered reminiscence at a time as June receives in the direction of the truth, and as the innocence of each character is questioned in flip.
With intimate man or woman research and breathtaking suspense, The Girls Weekend deals with old relationships grew to become brittle with age, inviting the reader to an idyllic haven and then shattering the calm.