"An exhilarating story to the very end!"
Reviewed by Teresa Cross
Posted February 28, 2019
The novel THE FRENCH GIRL
written by Lexie Elliott is a psychological thriller that will keep you in
stitches through the very last exhilarating chapter. With so much
excitement in an unpredictable storyline, you find that you cannot bear
to pull yourself away from it until getting to the end. This is one I
enjoyed reading and Elliott did a wonderful job at capturing your
Kate Channing is one of six university friends that decided to have a
holiday for the summer at a French farmhouse. All was well until
Severine showed up. At the end of their trip, everyone saw Severine
leave at the train station. How did she come up missing? That night
before many years ago there were altercations that left the friends with
many hurt feelings and secrets as well. Now, a decade later, Severing's
body is found in the back of the same farmhouse that everyone stayed
Along with her friends, Kate's life will never be the same. Now there is
an investigation and the friends are all being questioned leaving their
lives at the mercy of the law. The all could lose everything that they
worked hard for. Kate tries to remember details of that week but is left
with some thoughts that leave more questions than answers.
If you are looking for a novel that is a suspenseful thriller then look no
longer. THE FRENCH GIRL is a
must for those that love these psychological novels! Lexie Elliott is an
amazing writer with such exhilarating story.
I Know What You Did Last Summer meets the French
countryside in this exhilarating psychological suspense
novel about a woman trapped by the bonds of
friendshipâ€”perfect for fans of The Widow and The
Woman in Cabin 10.
Everyone has a secret...
They were six university students from Oxfordâ€”friends and
sometimes more than friendsâ€”spending an idyllic week
together in a French farmhouse. It was supposed to be the
perfect summer getaway...until they met Severine, the girl
But after a huge altercation on the last night of the
holiday, Kate Channing knew nothing would ever be the same.
There are some things you can't forgive. And there are some
people you can't forget...like Severine, who was never seen
A decade later, the case is reopened when Severine's body is
found behind the farmhouse. Questioned along with her
friends, Kate stands to lose everything she's worked so hard
to achieve as suspicion mounts all around her. Desperate to
resolve her unreliable memories and fearful she will be
forever bound to the memory of the woman who still haunts
her, Kate finds herself entangled within layers of deception
with no one to set her free...
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