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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on January 24, 2022
"Lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions."
"Lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions."

Whoa! This was my first audio thriller and it won't be last. Told with multiple narrators, American Girl had me hooked from the first line.

Charlie Hudson, an autistic 17-year-old, is determined to leave Sawyer, PA, as soon as she graduates high school. She's already been accepted to MIT and is working as many hours as she can at a sandwich shop called The Triple S to pay the bill. A bill her step-father could easily pay but refuses to. But when shop owner Clay Cooper - a man who is both respected and feared by many in this economically depressed community - is found dead, each member of his staff becomes a suspect in the perplexing case. Charlie must work to protect herself and her friends and uncover the danger that may still be at large in their tightknit community.

I truly did not know how this was going to turn out until the very end. I loved the alternating narrators and being inside of Charlie's head.

Thank you to @suzyapprovedtours, @wendywalkerauthor and @audible to including me in this tour. I'm already looking for a backlist for @wendywalkerauthor.
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