Conspiracy Girl

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Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Review

Nic Preston is famous for the worst possible reason, she is the sole survivor of a horrific attack on her Beverly Hills home that left her mother and step-sister dead. Two years later she is trying to rebuild her life in New York, but paranoia and fear stop her from making friends, leaving her more isolated than ever. When the tight security on her new home is breached she only just manages to survive the second attack. Is it really a coincidence or are the same people after her again? Fleeing for her life she is flung into the arms of the last person on earth she wants to see, a boy from her past that she has every reason to hate, but he might just be the only person who can help her.

This book radiates with relentless excitement and a sense of danger that pulses off every page. The tension between the main protagonists is palpable and their rollercoaster ride across America will keep readers hooked. Sarah Alderson's writing is edgy and gripping while her characters are courageous and passionate. Sure to be a hit with fans and newcomers alike.

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