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When Eliza Hart, the most popular girl at Ventana Ranch boarding school, is found dead, Ellie Sokoloff is determined to figure out what happened to her. After all, Eliza was Ellie's childhood best friend. Never mind that ever since Ellie arrived at school Eliza has spread terrible rumors about her, calling her a liar and a stalker, when all Ellie wanted to do was rekindle their old friendship. Or that Ellie's claustrophobia limits where she can go and what she can do. Or that Ellie's suitemate, Sam, is the only one who will help her . . . because to everyone else, Ellie looks like the top suspect. Can Ellie clear her name and solve the mystery behind Eliza's death? Her hunt for the truth will uncover secrets she never imagined, sending her deep into her own memories of her childhood with Eliza Hart.New York Times bestselling author Alyssa Sheinmel delivers a gripping mystery and a sensitive and moving examination of the secrets that can hold us back--and even destroy us.
About the Author
Alyssa Sheinmel is the New York Times bestselling author of several novels for young adults including Faceless and Second Star. She is the co-author of The Haunting of Sunshine Girl and its sequel, The Awakening of Sunshine Girl. Alyssa grew up in Northern California and New York and currently lives in New York City. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter at @AlyssaSheinmel, or visit her online at www.alyssasheinmel.com.
Praise for New York Times bestselling author Alyssa Sheinmel's R.I.P. Eliza Hart:
"Intensely real, sending a lasting reminder that not all illnesses or struggles are visible from the outside and that there is no shame in seeking help." -- Publishers Weekly
"A riveting coming-of-age tale and tragic absorbing mystery... The protagonists' portrayals are realistic and teens will easily relate to their shattered dynamic of friendship, popularity, and secrecy. A nuanced work about mental illness." -- School Library Journal
"A compelling mystery that will keep readers going until the hopeful conclusion." -- Kirkus Reviews