I received this book for free from the Publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Look What You Made Me Do by Elaine Murphy
Published by Grand Central Publishing on July 13, 2021
Genres: Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
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"Good versus evil has never been so twisted" (Alessandra Torre) in this gripping thriller about a woman who must help cover the tracks of her serial killer sister -- only to discover her sibling isn't the only serial killer in town.
Carrie wants a normal life.
Carrie Lawrence doesn't need a happily ever after. She'll just settle for "after." After a decade of helping her sister hide her victims. After a lifetime of lies. She just wants to be safe, boring, and not trekking through the woods at night with a dead body wrapped in a carpet.
Becca wants to get away with murder.
Becca Lawrence doesn't believe in happily ever after because she's already happy. She's gotten away with murder for a decade and has blackmailed her sister into helping her hide the evidence--what more could a girl want?
But first they have to stop a serial killer.
When thirteen bodies are discovered in their small town, people are shocked. But not as shocked as Carrie, who thought she knew all the details of Becca's sordid pastime. When Becca swears she's not behind the grisly new crimes, they realize the town has a second serial killer who has the sisters in his sights, and what he wants is . . . Carrie.
I really enjoyed this book! This book sounded like it could be fun so I decided to give it a try and found it to be a very entertaining read. I was rather let down by the last book that I read that featured the sister of a serial killer so I was very happy that this one worked so well for me.
Carrie just wants to lead a boring normal life. It is hard to do considering who her sister is. Carrie’s sister has a little habit of getting rid of anyone who creates an inconvenience in her life. When it comes time to hide the bodies, she turns to Carrie for help. So about once a year, Carrie helps her sister out and she isn’t happy about the arrangement. When bodies are discovered in her small town, Carrie fears that Becca’s crimes are finally being exposed but it turns out there is another serial killer in town who is determined to frame Carrie for his crimes.
I liked Carrie. I hated how her sister, Becca, was able to manipulate her but I understood how it happened. Carrie has a lot to deal with over the course of this story and most of the time she seemed like she was the underdog but she usually proved to be resilient. The story was really exciting and there were quite a few twists and turns that kept me guessing. Just when I thought I had everything figured out the book would throw another surprise at me.
I would recommend this book to others. I thought that it was really well done and I found it very hard to put down. This story entertained me from beginning to end and I definitely plan to read future books by this talented author.
I received a review copy of this book from Grand Central Publishing.
I have been eyeing this book for a while, so now I simply must add it to my shelves! Great review.
The set up for this one sounds pretty intriguing. I always enjoy reading about how a normal person has to navigate someone who is so counter to them.
Macabre fun. Two serial killers! I want to give it a go now.
Oh wow what a premise Carole glad you liked it
Hard to put down is never wrong, cool cover too
oh man, a serial killer sister, this sounds like a perfect read for me!
sherry @ fundinmental
Just the messaging that it was hard to put down is enough for me. haha Glad you had a good time with this one Carole!
Oh this sounds really different. I feel so sorry for Carrie just reading the blurb but am intrigued that the killer is female. I definitely need to add this to my TBR.
Oh my gosh, what a premise! And what a situation Carrie is in. Definitely sounds like a page-turner.
Oh it looks like a really good thriller!
That sounds like one of those books that would keep you on the edge of your seat while reading it.