Rabbit Hole

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The experience of losing a sister left a lasting impression on Theodora “Teddy” Angstrom. The worst part was not knowing what happened to her sister Angie. Ten years later, this void was compounded with the suicide of her father. Teddy and her mother had become emotionally numb at this point, as Mark Angstrom had dove into a pit of intense despair in the subsequent years after Angie’s vanishing. Teddy is left to pick up the pieces of a shattered family, sorting through the detritus of her father’s fragile existence. Teddy finds a few hints to what her father was up to through bank statements and phone calls, and she decides to explore on her own. She enters the labyrinthine world of the website Reddit where theories about her sister abound. Soon, she is hooked in the search for answers to the mystery that tore her family asunder.

Rabbit Hole is the spellbinding debut from author Kate Brody. Brody’s talent is her ability to make the reader question many things during the often intense narrative, from who to trust to what type of person Angie was and Teddy is. This is a book that redefines the mystery genre and proves a fulfilling read.

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Author Kate Brody
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 384 pages
Publisher Soho Press
Publish Date 02-Jan-2024
ISBN 9781641294874 Buy this Book
Issue January 2024
Category Mystery, Crime, Thriller