Pip and Ravi have started a crime podcast and Pip is sure that her investigating days are
behind her but when her friend Jamie Reynolds goes missing and the police fail to do anything
about it Pip decides to take matters into her own hands with the help of Ravi Singh they start to
investigate the case the more they look the more clues they find and the deeper this case gets.
I loved it. This book is almost better than the first one which you don't often see in prequels.
Spoilers ahead Although I rate this book 4 out of 5 book the beginning was a little slows and I
wasn't as captivated in the beginning like I was in A Good Girl's Guide to Murder , but towards the
end things started to pick up and get faster. I wish that there would have been a mention of
Child Brunswick beforehand like I've seen Holly do in her first book where she would mention
little details that she would tie together in the end because the ending seemed out of the blue.
Nonetheless this book was a great prequel. I can't wait to read the third one.