I Don't Forgive You by Aggie Blum Thompson

I Don't Forgive You
.ePUB, 320 pages
Expected Publication: June 8th 2021 by Macmillan-Tor/Forge/Forge Books

About the Book:
An accomplished photographer and the devoted mom of an adorable little boy, Allie Ross has just moved to an upscale DC suburb, the kind of place where parenting feels like a competitive sport. Allie’s desperate to make a good first impression. Then she’s framed for murder. It all starts at a neighborhood party when a local dad corners Allie and calls her by an old, forgotten nickname from her dark past. The next day, he is found dead. Soon, the police are knocking at her door, grilling her about a supposed Tinder relationship with the man, and pulling up texts between them. She learns quickly that she's been hacked and someone is impersonating her online. Her reputation—socially and professionally—is at stake; even her husband starts to doubt her. As the killer closes in, Allie must reach back into a past she vowed to forget in order to learn the shocking truth of who is destroying her life.

My Review:
This was an okay whodunit. I liked that I didn't figure out the culprit and that the main character was a woman of strength and depth of character. I found that the story line was engaging and readers will find themselves concerned for Allie and the fake on-line world that has taken over every aspect her life. Aggie Blum Thompson highlights how a persons life can be ruined with just one or two clicks. 

What I didn't like was the fact that in one chapter Allie has handed over her cell phone to the police and in the next she is using said cell phone. There was also an issue with the teacher and weather he was married or not. In one chapter Allie is calling him her married teacher and in another chapter she is telling an old school friend she didn't know that he was married. Unfortunately this type of thing ruins a book for me, hopefully it will be edited in the final draft.

Thank you NetGalley, Aggie Blum Thompson and Macmillan-Tor/Forge/Forge Books for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.

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