Authors: Jamie Blair, Dawn Rae Miller
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Publication Date: November 10, 2015
Jackson Landis kept secrets. It's how he got girls into bed, the grades he wanted, and a reputation for being the life of the party.
But now he's dead, and no one knows how or why. Especially not the four girls whose secrets he protected. Secrets so scandalous they could cause each girl to lose something valuable. Secrets so dark, someone may have killed for them.
The four girls - a campus drug dealer, an overweight bookworm, a closeted lesbian, and a spoiled princess have one thing in common - they're terrified the things Jackson knew may not have died with him. As Reggie, Haddie, Val, and Livie try to piece together her own role in Jackson's death, each girl realizes Jackson had some not-so-pretty skeletons of his own.
Which makes a girl wonder, who really wanted Jackson Landis dead?
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Suspect: Alicia Barnes
Office Ruiz: Livie is fine as far as I know.
Alicia: Then why am I here?
Office Ruiz: I need to ask you a few questions about Jackson Landis's death.
Alicia: I can't imagine why you needed to see me. I've known Jackson his whole life, but that, apparently, doesn't mean I knew him at all.
Office Ruiz: Why were you in town the night Jackson died?
Alicia: I flew in early to spend time with my daughter before Parents' Day.
Office Ruiz: Were you aware that Jackson was unfaithful?
Alicia: I had suspicions.
Office Ruiz: Did you ever confront him? Ask him if your suspicions were true?
Alicia: No, of course not. Why would I insert myself into the lives of college students?
Office Ruiz: Are you and Livie close?
Alicia: Yes. She's my only child. I would do anything for her.
Office Ruiz: Like kill her cheating boyfriend?
Alicia: I didn't say that.
Office Ruiz: You didn't have to.
|Dawn Rae Miller|