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Good Girl's Guide to Murder Setting

Holly Jackson
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Pip's House

Pip's family home is located in Fairview, Connecticut. Her house is the setting for a large portion of the novel's events. Because Pip is so studious, and especially dedicated to her capstone project, she spends a significant amount of time upstairs in her room typing up entry logs and interview transcripts. As her friendship with Ravi, and his involvement in her project, grows, the two begin spending an increasing amount of time at her house as well. While the Fitz-Amobi home initially feels safe and untouchable, the more involved Pip comes in chasing the truth of Andie and Sal's murder, the less secure the space becomes.

The Bell's House

The Bell's house is also located in Fairview, Connecticut, and is located at the end of a secluded road. Because the Bell family has always been steeped in mystery, the house seems almost haunted to Pip. Andie's mysterious...

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