The Good House
You don't want to trust Hildy Good, but at the same time, you wish she was your best friend. What Hildy has to offer as narrator and co-conspirator is dishy goodness. She knows things – secrets. It should be no surprise then that she has plenty of her own. As a functioning alcoholic, Hildy is trying to keep her head above water and herself out of trouble. This becomes impossible when Rebecca, a new client of Hildy’s realty firm, can’t seem to keep her own secrets at bay. You will be surprised by how invested you become in Hildy’s fate. See whether or not the first few pages entice you by reading this sample, provided by Overdrive.
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