At the rehearsal for a wedding at a fabulous Californian resort a man is dead and four different women insist that they alone are responsible.
Each woman’s story is alternated with a police interrogation in which Detective Ramone tries to sort through the confusing and contradictory accounts that each woman claim’s is the truth.
I was hooked on Pretty Guilty Women from the opening chapter, it was suspenseful and creepy. That feeling lessened a bit as I waited for the story to progress, but the pacing was good, and it held my interest throughout. I wasn’t completely surprised at the revelation of “who dunnit”, but it didn’t lessen the enjoyment of the book for me.
*I received a copy of Pretty Guilty Women from NetGalley and Sourcebooks in exchange for an honest review