I Killed Zoe Spanos is a thrilling book by Kit Frick that leaves you on the edge of your seat with an intricate plot. In this book, our main character, Anna Cicconi, takes a summer nanny job in a wealthy neighborhood. Little does she know, Anna looks eerily similar to Zoe Spanos, who has disappeared since New Year’s Eve. As she gets sucked into the mystery, Anna is convinced she is somehow related to Zoe Spanos. Three months into the job, Anna turns herself in after Zoe’s body is found. But many people aren’t convinced, and the evidence doesn’t match up with the statement. This book switches points of view between Anna and a teen podcast host, and in the end, all the pieces come together.
I recommend this book because of its compelling mystery and the perspectives of different people. This book shows how much others’ views can influence you, and how it can also destroy you. The ending was pretty satisfying and not what you would expect. If you are in a mood for a good murder-mystery, I recommend reading I Killed Zoe Spanos.