An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen is a crime book, but a bit different. Jessica Farris is a make-up artist struggling to make ends meet. One day she does the make up for two psychology students and listen to them talk about a study about ethics and moral with a generous compensation. She meets up lying about being a friend of one of the students. The study continues beyond the survey on a computer, and she ends up not knowing what is part of the study and what is real life.
The book starts off real good with an interesting plot. The question about morality and ethics is always an interesting one, and mostly it never is one correct answer. But after the very promising start, I think the book ends up in the same track as a lot of other books. And no, it's nothing wrong with good old affairs and lying, but I just had bigger expectations to where this was going.