'The best teen thriller I've ever read' Wondrous Reads 'Told with the same "who can I trust?" tone of The Girl On the Train, Dangerous Girls is the perfect mystery' bustle.com 'I haven't wanted to talk about a book this much since Gone Girl' goodreads.com 'Tension to the very last page ...a compulsively readable, hair-raising snapshot of [the] 21st-century' Kirkus Reviews Elise is dead. And someone must pay. Anna, her boyfriend Tate, her best friend Elise and a group of close friends set off on a debaucherous Spring Break trip to Aruba.
But paradise soon turns into a living nightmare when Elise is brutally murdered. Soon Anna finds herself trapped in a foreign country, fighting for her freedom.
As she awaits the judge's decree, it becomes clear that everyone is questioning her innocence.
To the rest of the world, Anna isn't just guilty, but dangerous. And the truth is more shocking than you could ever imagine ...For fans of Gone Girl, We Were Liars and Lying About Last Summer.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 400 pages
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
- Publication Date: 18/07/2013
- Category: Crime & mystery fiction (Children's/YA)
- ISBN: 9781471119149
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Review by bookqueenshelby
Holy crap! This book was amazing. I picked it up yesterday because my son had confiscated my kindle and I wanted something to read. I never imagined I would get so wrapped up in a book so quickly.<br/>Dangerous girls tells the story of a group of friends on vacation in Aruba when one of the girls is brutally murdered and another of the girls Anna is accused. The story evolves by going back through the girls friendship and the court case. I know how powerless you feel in a court case. The lawyers tell you to be quiet and act a certain way and you just feel so power less to help yourself. Your life is in the courts hands. <br/>This story just blows you away because a quote from the books says "Wouldn't we all look guilty, if someone searched hard enough?"<br/>The ending came along and shook me to the core. Great writing!