Petie had no luck.
She was put in a juvenile detention center for something she didn't do because she had been part of a group that was arrested.
We meet her as the story goes from present day back to her release from the detention center and to a new, promising job in Alaska. She goes from sunny California to frigid Alaska for a job that sounded perfect.
But...is her job with Donald White really the perfect job?
I didn't trust Donald. He has a house and a car in someone else's name and oodles of money, antiques, and investments.
Donald was a problem Petie didn't need.
The writing style in WRONG ALIBI pulled me in, and the storyline was excellent and different.
This book is truly one you don’t want to miss because it touched so many emotions and will have you wondering how you would handle the situations Petie had to endure.
It will also have you asking yourself if you really can trust the people in your life no matter who they are.
I would call it a thriller with some tense moments that had me on edge, but I would also call it a thoughtful read. 5/5
This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
New York Times bestselling author Christina Dodd writes “edge-of-the-seat suspense” (Iris Johansen) with “brilliantly etched characters, polished writing, and unexpected flashes of sharp humor that are pure Dodd” (ALA Booklist).
Her fifty-eight books have been called "scary, sexy, and smartly written" by Booklist and, much to her mother's delight, Dodd was once a clue in the Los Angeles Times crossword puzzle.
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