An Anonymous Girl is the second psychological thriller that Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen have paired up to write and boy, oh boy, do these two make quite the team. After reading The Wife Between Us last year I knew I had to have a copy of An Anonymous Girl and thankfully it did not disappoint in the least.
Jessica Farris had always wanted to work in theater as a make up artist but instead finds herself traveling around the city making up bored housewives before their big nights out to pay the bills. When one of her house calls ends up being two college girls getting ready for a night at a club Jess overhears a phone call about a survey. Knowing she could really use he cash Jess decides to take the place of the student.
Arriving at the designated location Jess only needs a couple of little white lies to work her way into the study but as she sits down at her computer it’s almost as if the mysterious Dr. Shields can see right through the computer screen. Before Jess knows it she is done with the online survey and Dr. Shields is offering her more money to help with further testing.
For anyone having read the first book these two authors co-wrote you probably remember the shocking twists the most, well don’t worry you haven’t seen the last of those from them just yet. An Anonymous Girl seemed to be very similar in format to The Wife Between Us in the fact that after each section I would be left thinking what the…?? So yes, it’s another book that just makes me want to scream “They all did it!!!” since you never know who to trust. Definitely recommend checking this one out and if you haven’t done so yet go back and grab their first too.
I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.