finished reading

To be honest, I'm "meh" about this book.  It's a mystery/thriller examining found family--the bonds of friendship that become family.  And I was on board for that.  I didn't like the main characters, Owen and Luna.  Owen is kind of a privileged slacker and Luna is self-centered.  There are some interesting twists that I didn't see coming but they don't outweigh my dislike of the characters.

From the publisher:
Everyone has the same questions about best friends Owen and Luna: What binds them together so tightly? Why weren't they ever a couple? And why do people around them keep turning up dead? In this riveting novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Passenger, every answer raises a new, more chilling question.

Owen Mann is charming, privileged, and chronically dissatisfied. Luna Grey is secretive, cautious, and pragmatic. Despite their differences, they begin forming a bond the moment they meet in college. Their names soon become indivisible--Owen and Luna, Luna and Owen--and stay that way even after an unexplained death rocks their social circle.

Years later, they're still best friends when Luna finds Owen's wife brutally murdered. The police investigation sheds some light on long-hidden secrets, but it can't penetrate the wall of mystery that surrounds Owen. To get to the heart of what happened and why, Luna has to dig up the one secret she's spent her whole life burying.
The Accomplice examines the bonds of shared history, what it costs to break them, and what happens when you start wondering if you ever truly knew the only person who truly knows you.

#52bookclub prompt 45: chapter headings have dates.

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