Are you looking for a book that will keep you up at night? Look no further than All Good People Here, the debut novel from true crime podcast host Ashley Flowers.
Set in the small town of Wakarusa, Indiana, the book follows Margot Davies, a journalist who becomes obsessed with the unsolved murder of her childhood neighbor, January Jacobs. Margot was only six years old when January was found dead in a ditch, and the case has haunted her ever since.
When Margot returns to Wakarusa to help care for her uncle, who has early-onset dementia, she discovers that the town is still as secretive and stifled as it was twenty years ago. And when a five-year-old girl named Natalie Clark goes missing under circumstances eerily similar to January’s murder, Margot can’t shake the feeling that the two cases are connected.
As Margot digs deeper into Natalie’s disappearance and January’s murder, she begins to uncover dark secrets that everyone in the town seems to be hiding. But the more she learns, the more resistance she encounters, and the more dangerous the investigation becomes.
All Good People Here is a twisty, chilling, and intense tale that will keep you guessing until the very end. Flowers is a master of suspense, and she knows just how to keep the reader on the edge of their seat. Every time you think you know what’s going to happen next, she throws a curveball that leaves you reeling.
But what really sets this book apart is its exploration of the dark secrets that hide behind closed doors. As Margot uncovers the truth about Wakarusa, she realizes that the people she thought she knew best are capable of things she never could have imagined. It’s a sobering reminder that we can never really know what goes on in someone else’s home.
All Good People Here is an impressive debut that showcases Flowers’ skill as a storyteller. It’s a must-read for anyone who loves a good thriller or true crime story. So grab a copy, curl up in your favorite chair, and get ready for a wild ride.
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(as of Apr 01, 2023 20:44:30 UTC – Details)