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Can do bad things . . . Tabitha and her best friend Nancy have been inseparable for years, but when Nancy suddenly begins avoiding Tabitha shortly after the beginning of their senior year, Tabitha grows concerned. But before she has a chance to find out why Nancy has driven a wedge between them, she learns that Nancy has been murdered, and what’s even worse, the police s Can do bad things . . . Tabitha and her best friend Nancy have been inseparable for years, but when Nancy suddenly begins avoiding Tabitha shortly after the beginning of their senior year, Tabitha grows concerned. But before she has a chance to find out why Nancy has driven a wedge between them, she learns that Nancy has been murdered, and what’s even worse, the police seem to be looking at her as their prime suspect. Now not only does she feel like she owes it to Nancy to discover the identity of her killer, she also has to do it if she wants to keep herself from being arrested for a crime she didn’t commit. But as Tabitha dives deep into Nancy’s life, she discoveries secrets about her best friend that she never knew anything about. Secrets that will make her investigation more complicated and much more dangerous. Can she find out who killed her best friend? Or will her snooping around lead the killer to selecting her as their next victim? If you are a fan of fast-paced and suspenseful mysteries that keep you guessing then Even Good Girls just might be a book you want to add to your collection of mysteries!


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Can do bad things . . . Tabitha and her best friend Nancy have been inseparable for years, but when Nancy suddenly begins avoiding Tabitha shortly after the beginning of their senior year, Tabitha grows concerned. But before she has a chance to find out why Nancy has driven a wedge between them, she learns that Nancy has been murdered, and what’s even worse, the police s Can do bad things . . . Tabitha and her best friend Nancy have been inseparable for years, but when Nancy suddenly begins avoiding Tabitha shortly after the beginning of their senior year, Tabitha grows concerned. But before she has a chance to find out why Nancy has driven a wedge between them, she learns that Nancy has been murdered, and what’s even worse, the police seem to be looking at her as their prime suspect. Now not only does she feel like she owes it to Nancy to discover the identity of her killer, she also has to do it if she wants to keep herself from being arrested for a crime she didn’t commit. But as Tabitha dives deep into Nancy’s life, she discoveries secrets about her best friend that she never knew anything about. Secrets that will make her investigation more complicated and much more dangerous. Can she find out who killed her best friend? Or will her snooping around lead the killer to selecting her as their next victim? If you are a fan of fast-paced and suspenseful mysteries that keep you guessing then Even Good Girls just might be a book you want to add to your collection of mysteries!

30 review for Even Good Girls: A Murder Mystery

  1. 4 out of 5

    SA Krishnan

    Interesting short mystery story. The story is about two girls who are completely different to each other. One night everything changes and the story is how that comes about. Good enjoyable mystery.

  2. 5 out of 5

    PAULA L. SIDELL

    Unexpected Murderer Led to believe until ending the wrong person. Keeps you guessing. Suspense. Expect the unexpected. Friends are so important. Good ending.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shelley O'Donnell

    A young adult mystery A well written story that leaves you thinking you know who the killer is right up to the end. Lots of red herrings along the way. I appreciate that the author didn't drag it out with filler just to make a bigger book. I realized too late that it was a YA story so of course I had to finish it....

  4. 4 out of 5

    Georgette

    this author seriously needs to hire a good copy editor. he constantly used the dead girls name when he meant to use the living girls name. this is a pretty blatant error. the story line was okay but was totally ruined by putting the dead girls name in where it shouldn't have been. copy editors can make or break your book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    Short one The story is not that intriguing, it's short too. It's an ok story, but the author kind of mixes up the two friends' names here and there. That gives us the feeling that the author has not given his 100% for this story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

    An overall very good book Two girls in high school, very different from each other but best of friends since 7th grade - what happens one night to change their lives forever? You’ll just have to read it to find out. Good clean mystery.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nickie

    A number of spelling mistakes (like "you're" instead of "your"!) and even an inversion between the name of a victim and her friend's... That could quite easily have been avoided but otherwise a nice short read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    When teenage Tabitha's friend Nancy is killed she decides that the police are so incompetent and useless that she will investigate the crime. For me too much teenager angst not enough mystery. It was just a pity that the killer couldn't kill all the obnoxious teenagers.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    A bit juvenile Story wasn't bad and details were good except for the one punishment (I won't say to spoil it). However, she would never speak to a detective and act that way in the real world hence juvenile.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Chirag Ravishankar

    Gripping story!. I couldn't put the book down. The suspense was good but I felt it could be a little longer. But overall it was a great book

  11. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

    Good short story, well written and suspenseful.

  12. 5 out of 5

    SUE

    WOW I chose this rating because it keep me reading from the first page to the last in one sitting. Can hardly wait to read more from this author!

  13. 5 out of 5

    christine arlott-clay

    A high school murder, great for teens Fast paced , not my ideal characters, too young for this granny, but an easy read, loved the sarcasm too

  14. 5 out of 5

    James Abney

    Silly book made for young teen girls

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lea Moskowitz

    Good mystery! This was a good mystery thriller. Even though it had some of the scenarios as some of his other books, this one kept you reading until the very end!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    nichole pottorf

    It was a good read. There were a couple issues with names not being corrected when it was edited,but otherwise a well written suspense/thriller

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jo Linsdell

    The story was good, with strong characters. The book lost points for bad editing though. It was a shame as without those errors my rating would have been higher.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Lou Elliot

    Great story! Nicholas Jordan writes a story that is fast from the start . He keeps the reader guessing until the very end!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Elena Rhodes

    Very good Enjoyed reading this book, the story line is interesting , exciting and gripping. Did not imagine who did the evil deed!!!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Colin Devonshire

    Easy quick read. Ideal for teenage girls.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Marian

    Gripping story Great read. Didn't guess who the killer was until near the end. Couldn't stop reading til the end. Will recommend to friends.

  22. 5 out of 5

    I love books!

    I was able to discover the identity of the killer to quickly and to be honest it ruined the rest of the novel.

  23. 4 out of 5

    linda jenkin

    Enjoyed this book couldn't put it down

  24. 4 out of 5

    Yolanda Renee

    3.5 stars A young adult mystery complete with snarky teens and a clueless police force. Guess the culprit on your first try. Best things about the book, well written and a thankfully fast read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sherri Power

    Just large kind of book to fill an afternoon! High school is awkward for so many and looking your best friend makes it even harder. Give this book a quick read and see what you think.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Linda Anderson

    Liked it It is not the kind of book that I usually read.But I enjoyed it!It is a really good YA book.It is the kind that I would like my grandkids to read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Amy Astin

    Needed a lot more development and attention to grammar. Very elementary story.

  28. 4 out of 5

    A.G.R. Goff

    Even good girls by Nicholas Jordan is a fascinating thriller making me second guess every character. It's not the most imaginative story. However, it's very well written. Tabitha and Nancy, schoolgirls and absolute opposites are the main characters. Nancy is the typical perfect student, good looking and intelligent. Tabitha appears to be anything but. Despite their differences they're genuine friends until Nancy is killed. Tabitha’s world is shattered. Due to a few inconsistencies Tabitha become Even good girls by Nicholas Jordan is a fascinating thriller making me second guess every character. It's not the most imaginative story. However, it's very well written. Tabitha and Nancy, schoolgirls and absolute opposites are the main characters. Nancy is the typical perfect student, good looking and intelligent. Tabitha appears to be anything but. Despite their differences they're genuine friends until Nancy is killed. Tabitha’s world is shattered. Due to a few inconsistencies Tabitha becomes the primary suspect. So, she becomes is fixated on finding the killer and to prove she is innocent. With the support of her ex-boyfriend Ben they trail down who could be responsible. More victims start to appear and make the story even more entertaining. This is a fine but not perfect murder mystery that will keep readers guessing until the end.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mary Dean

    This was a gripping murder mystery that had me second guessing every character. Tabitha and Nancy are best friends but total opposites. Nancy seems to be perfect and Tabitha feels like an outcast. Suddenly Nancy seems to be pulling back from Tabitha. Tabitha thinks it's her new popular friends. Then Nancy ends up murdered. Tabitha's world is broken. Especially since Nancy and her were fighting before she died. But then the detective has her as the main suspect. Now Tabitha is focused on finding This was a gripping murder mystery that had me second guessing every character. Tabitha and Nancy are best friends but total opposites. Nancy seems to be perfect and Tabitha feels like an outcast. Suddenly Nancy seems to be pulling back from Tabitha. Tabitha thinks it's her new popular friends. Then Nancy ends up murdered. Tabitha's world is broken. Especially since Nancy and her were fighting before she died. But then the detective has her as the main suspect. Now Tabitha is focused on finding the killer for justice for her friend and to prove she is innocent. With the help of her ex boyfriend Ben (who seems to be a rekindling romance) they start to track down who could be responsible. Secrets come to light that Tabitha had no idea about. More victims are brought forth. She is in danger and as the reader we are on the edge of our seat until the end. I had so much fun reading this book. I read it with my friend Stephanie and every chapter had us convinced it was a different killer. This is a truly great murder mystery that will keep readers guessing until the end. I definitely want to read more by this author.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This is not my typical genre but I loved every minute of this book. I truly didn't see some of the plot twists that Jordan created. The story line was interesting and kept you on your toes. The characters were relatable and he managed to put just enough potential romance into the story without taking away from the true plot of the story. I love Tabitha. If I had been in her situation I would have attempted something similar. I'm glad that in the end things work out for her but I'd be lying if I This is not my typical genre but I loved every minute of this book. I truly didn't see some of the plot twists that Jordan created. The story line was interesting and kept you on your toes. The characters were relatable and he managed to put just enough potential romance into the story without taking away from the true plot of the story. I love Tabitha. If I had been in her situation I would have attempted something similar. I'm glad that in the end things work out for her but I'd be lying if I said I wasn't worried about her. Overall, I recommend this book.

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