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Seventeen-year-old aspiring detective Fiona Holly can’t decide what’s harder, recovering from a traumatic brain injury, or sabotaging her mom’s reality TV show about finding Bigfoot. Sick of parental neglect and memory gaps deeper than the strange footprints showing up in the woods, she embarks on a quest to debunk local superstition.
If she figures out what the hell happened the night she bashed her head in, all the better.
With the help/hindrance of her closeted bi best friend and the ex who ditched her after her head injury, Fiona discovers disturbing connections between Bigfoot rumors, her missing detective mentor, and the high school student her father is spending way too much alone time with. She thought she wanted to be a detective. She thought she wanted to know the truth. But if she can’t push through her fear to the memories on the other side, a murderer will go free.
"Loved it. It was mysterious it was cute it was clever and I really liked the romance between Fiona and Degan. I'd read it again." - Gianna (on GoodReads)
"This book was SO good! It surprised me and that is something that is hard to do. I'm also pretty into Bigfoot reality TV shows so that helps but I don't think you have to be to like this book. It really comes down to Fiona's relationship with Degan and her parents so don't not read this just because Bigfoot isn't your thing. But if you are into it this is for sure a book you'd love." - Bug (on GoodReads