The Stillwater Girls is a gripping thriller that I binged in one day. Told through alternating points of view between Wren and Nicolette; I was immediately caught up in Wren's circumstances trying to survive a winter in the New York woods with primitive supplies. Nicolette's viewpoint took me a little longer to get into, a wealthy woman in her 30's who believes her marriage is struggling due to a emergency hysterectomy 10 years ago. I did like that I could not figure out the connection between the women until closer to the end of the story. The pacing of the story was steady as suspense builds with the sisters having to flee and Nicolette not knowing where she stands with her husband. As their stories intersect, mysteries unravel. The ending tumbled together quickly and I was thoroughly unprepared for the revelation at the end and the secret that was held on to for so long. Overall, The Stillwater Girls is a consuming psychological thriller with plenty of twists and turns.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.