Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight


Single mother Kate didn’t have it easy-she struggled daily to balance between her maternal responsibilities and the demands of her career as a successful lawyer. She thought that her daughter Amelia was weathering the strain fairly well, her grades had been good and she never seemed to have behavioral problems. Her private school was one of the best and she had long lasting friendships. Everything seemed ok.

But one day Kate gets a phone call from the school and her life is forever changed. Kate suddenly finds herself desperately trying to pick up the pieces of Amelia’s secret life and get answers to explain the tragedy that took her life.

Strange text messages from a boy Kate had never heard of before, anonymous threatening messages, provocative photos online… Kate is beginning to learn that her daughter was much more troubled than she had ever let on… Not to mention, the school is covering up something serious and the police may be corrupt, too.

Can Kate reconstruct her daughter’s life and figure out what really happened to her? Reconstructing Amelia, by Kimberly McCreight is a mystery/suspense novel of the Girl on the Train persuasion, where nothing is as it seems and people have many secrets. Pick it up today if you like dark, suspenseful mysteries.

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One thought on “Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight

  1. Love it! I can’t wait to read this!

    On Sun, Feb 19, 2017 at 11:44 AM, librarycrystal wrote:

    > librarycrystal posted: “Single mother Kate didn’t have it easy-she > struggled daily to balance between her maternal responsibilities and the > demands of her career as a successful lawyer. She thought that her daughter > Amelia was weathering the strain fairly well, her grades had be” >

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