I Killed Zoe Spanos by Kit Frick


When Anna Cicconi starts her summer nannying job, she is ready for a new start. But throughout the small community, Anna is met with strange reactions. It turns out that she closely resembles Zoe Spanos, a girl from the area who went missing around six months ago. Intrigued by the mystery, Anna begins learning about Zoe’s disappearance. She also starts having inexplicable memories that make her think she knows Zoe Spanos and maybe even knows what happened to her. But can Anna’s memories be trusted?

This twisty YA mystery will keep readers hooked until the very end. With a complex plot and an unreliable narrator, it fits the mystery bill without being predictable. Fast paced and suspenseful, try this one if you love mysteries. Also, for you classics lovers, it is a modern tribute to Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca.

Recommended ages 13 and up

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