“The House Party” is a spider web of secrets, lies, and betrayals.
“I believe in loyalty as well, but that doesn’t mean I have to accept lies.”
A house party was shaded by Kathleen’s foul mood, at the end of the party, she confides in her best friend Beth of a mistake she’s made, and a secret she’s found out. The next day Kathleen’s body is found at the end of the cliff. An incident, a suicide, or a murder? When everyone in their friends’ circle is convinced that Kathleen’s death was an accident, Beth is certain that her friend was murdered. After all, she was afraid of someone at the party. But they all are friends, friends don’t kill their friends, do they? As days pass and Beth uncovers more and more of her friends’ secrets, she now questions herself, does she actually know her friends?
Such a great novel, full of many twists and turns. Love the plot, and a great set of characters. I must admit, it took me a while to narrow down the most vicious “friend”. I was right at the end, but the author did throw me off the trail a few times. I admire the mystery that keeps me guessing.
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