Finished Reading Sharp Objects
Finished reading Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn. Camille Preaker, institutionalized as a teen for self-mutilation, now works for a second class Chicago newspaper. When a girl is murdered and another disappears in Camille’s hometown of Wind Gap, Missouri, her editor sends her there for a human-interest story. The police, including Richard Willis, a criminal profiler from Kansas City, Missouri, say they suspect a transient but Camille thinks the killer is local. While interviewing old acquaintances, she relives her disturbed childhood and uncovers her family secrets are as horrible as her scars.
I enjoyed Sharp Objects as much as I enjoyed Dark Places; Gillian Flynn is an excellent author. Flynn includes misdirection that keeps the reader guessing as the story progresses. I look forward to reading any more books Gillian Flynn writes in the future.