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by Simone St. James
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BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 10 months ago
I'm so bored.It reads like YA. Also, I've lost which story line I am supposed to be interested in. Bugger this. I'm out. DNF @ 57%
Reclusive Reads
Reclusive Reads rated it 1 year ago
An excellent murder mystery/ghost story centered around the ruins of a former school for unwanted girls known as Idlewild Hall. The mystery is engaging, moving between the 1950s and the present, and the ghost story has a marvelously creepy urban legend vibe.Highly recommended.
Lillelara
Lillelara rated it 1 year ago
The Broken Girls is set during two timelines, one being set in the 1950s in a boarding school for troubled girls and the other one being set in 2014, where a journalist starts to look into the murder of her sister, whose body has been found 20 years prior on the grounds of the aforementioned boardin...
Sai Marie's Sultry Stanzas
Sai Marie's Sultry Stanzas rated it 2 years ago
I loved this book - St. James set this tale in the perfect location, and it is both mysterious and horrifying. It is probably something I would imagine would one day become a film because it is up there with "Kiss the Girls," as far as contemporary suspense goes. The story does flash a bit back to o...
sunsetxcocktail
sunsetxcocktail rated it 2 years ago
I received a copy from Netgalley. I love boarding school mysteries. Especially ones where there is a mix of past and present. The mystery of this one was what caught my interest in the synopsis. A journalist who can’t get over the murder of her older sister at an exclusive boarding school is still...
Yzabel
Yzabel rated it 2 years ago
[I originally got a copy through Edelweiss.]“The Broken Girls” intertwines two storylines: that of four students at Idlewild Hall in 1950, and that, in 2014, of Fiona Sheridan, a journalist whose elder sister was found murdered twenty years ago—at Idlewild. As Fiona investigates the family who’s jus...
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 3 years ago
The Broken Girls is a book that straddles two timelines. Usually books like this leave me confused at least a time or two but not this one. They’ll often leave me frustrated too because I typically find one timeline far more interesting than the other but that didn’t happen this time around either. ...
A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it 3 years ago
Simone St James has a lot of wheels turning in 'The Broken Girls', her sixth novel. Idlewild Hall in the present day is a third rate boarding school that closed decades ago. Fiona, whose sister was found dead on its grounds, is driven to investigate why it may be reopened and face her own doubts as ...
Hooked on Books
Hooked on Books rated it 3 years ago
After I fell in love with The Haunting of Maddy Clare several years ago, I read all of St. James books. I just love her stories and I was really excited and so looking forward to this! Which is why it really pains me to say The Broken Girls just didn't do very much for me. Maybe my expectations we...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 3 years ago
Oh, Mary! There’s a rumor that she roams Idlewild, a boarding school that once served young women, providing these women their last opportunity. The school closes in 1979 but Mary still roams, the rumor becomes a reality. Mary preys upon her victims, touching their lives forever. Mary is connected t...
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