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The French Girl

by Lexie Elliott

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The French Girl by Lexie Elliott
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  • Published in USA  Feb 2018
    304 pages
    Genre: Thrillers

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  • Jen W. Maryland


    The French Girl by Lexie Elliott
    This was a fairly decent book. I can't say that it overwhelmed me, but it certainly wasn't underwhelming either. It was thrilling and had some very good twists in it. I would definitely read another book from this author.I would recommend this to readers who have enjoyed books by Paula Hawkins or Gillian Flynn.
  • Marybeth T. (Bellingham, WA)


    Disappointed
    I was really not a fan of this book. The characters were all disappointing. I especially did not like the main character Kate. Melodramatic, whiney, and just plain annoying.

    I also figured it out right from the start. Maybe I read to many whodunits, but this was way to easy.
  • Loren B. (Appleton, WI)


    One bad apple
    I found the characters and their " secrets " to be incredibly shallow. I finished the book only because I wanted to confirm my suspicions as to " who dun it " and why. It was easy to guess which character was the guilty one and the motive was the oldest one in the books.

    I admit I probably didn't relate to the characters because I'm quite a bit older than they-perhaps a younger reader would enjoy this book .

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