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No One Else Can Have You

de Kathleen Hale

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As sixteen-year-old Kippy of Friendship, Wisconsin, reads her best friend Ruth's diary, she is shocked at what she learns and spurred to solve Ruth's murder, certain that the boy who was arrested is innocent.
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There are many funny moments, especially dialogue, in this book, but Kathleen Hale isn't mature enough or experienced enough to handle the difficult subjects she tackles, like domestic violence, mental institutions, etc. This book needed an editor, maybe not someone from James Frey's YA pyramid scheme factory. ( )
  prunetracy | Jan 9, 2019 |
Seventeen-year-old Kippy Bushman is reeling from the murder of her best friend Ruth, not to mention the revelations in Ruth’s diary. Ruth’s boyfriend—Colt Widdacombe—seems like the perfect suspect—he has a history of violent behavior and a sense of entitlement that might lead him to believe he could get away with it. However, Kippy is convinced that the sheriff of her small town (Friendship, WI) arrested the wrong person. It seems the sheriff would rather the town feel safe with Colt in jail rather than follow the evidence. With Ruth’s older brother Davey as her only ally, Ruth doggedly investigates the murder, uneasy with the realization that the murderer could be anyone. Hale neatly captures the fear that a murder—particularly the brutal murder of a teen girl—would generate in a small town and expertly mines the dark subject matter. At the same time, the book has a healthy sense of humor, and no one is shielded from Kippy’s keen eye. There are elements of a murder mystery, teen drama and satire, which proves to be an entertaining combination. As a native of Wisconsin who grew up in a small town, the small town elements of the story rang true. Fans of teen sleuth Veronica Mars and the movie Fargo and likely to enjoy this book.

Rachel H. / Marathon County Public Library
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  mcpl.wausau | Sep 25, 2017 |
I've never given out a review for a book I haven't read, but in this case I feel it's completely merited. Kathleen Hale has stalked someone who gave her a bad review, something so bizarre and unsafe (for the reviewer) that I cannot even give Hale a fair shake on this. What's worse, she actually admitted it!

I probably would have at least given a book a chance, until I saw how terribly unstable Hale was at handling criticism. I would never, ever recommend this book to someone, and I would 100% warn off anyone who wanted to read this -- or any other of Hale's books, if she ever actually writes any more. ( )
  majesdane | Aug 8, 2017 |
Like Gone GIrl, I would not be surprised if this one didn't wind up on the big screen...:/ ( )
  tamarah71 | Sep 5, 2016 |
I heard about the author’s article in the Guardian about a hateful blogger and her reaction to that but I don’t let that affect my opinion of the book. This is a good story with a quirky character (which I liked very much, it makes her stand out and is special in the world of fictional characters) but the story itself did not really stand out from all the other murder mysteries that I have read. Girl tries to find the killer of her best friend is basically the plotline and almost nobody believes her. I also guessed who the murderer was so that part didn’t take me by surprise. But in my opinion it is a good first novel. ( )
  Ingstje | Jan 18, 2016 |
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