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Girl Most Likely

Krista Larson, Book 1
Written by: Max Allan Collins
Narrated by: Dan John Miller
Length: 7 hrs and 26 mins

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Publisher's Summary

It’s never too late for revenge in this thrilling novel by New York Times bestselling and award-winning crime master Max Allan Collins.

In a small Midwest town, twenty-eight-year-old Krista Larson has made her mark as the youngest female police chief in the country. She’s learned from the best: her father, Keith, a decorated former detective. But as accustomed as they are to the relative quiet of their idyllic tourist town, things quickly turn with Krista’s ten-year high school reunion. 

With the out-of-towners holed up in a lakefront lodge, it doesn’t take long to stir up old grudges and resentments. Now a successful TV host, Astrid Lund, voted the “Girl Most Likely to Succeed” - and then some - is back in town. Her reputation as a dogged reporter has made the stunning blonde famous. Her reputation among her former classmates and rivals has made her infamous. Astrid’s list of enemies is a long one. And as the reunion begins, so does a triple murder investigation. 

Krista and her father are following leads and opening long-locked doors from their hometown to the Florida suburbs to Chicago’s underworld. They just never imagined what would be revealed: the secrets and scandals of Krista’s own past.

©2019 Max Allan Collins. (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

Critic Reviews

“A well-wrought tale…” --Booklist

“In Girl Most Likely, small-town America and its characters come to life under Collins’s deft touch. Fans of Road to Perdition will enjoy this book.” --Authorlink 

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  • 19-04-19

A decent tale

As a story it is run of the mill female detective novel . The characters relationship to her father and there interaction is very well written and entertaining. As for the killer you are guessing until the last chapter. Over all very promising for the first book in the series.