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Privilege by Kate Brian
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Oct 26, 2009

bookshelves: 2009-audio-books, 2009-mysteries
Read in October, 2009

Privilege, by Kate Brian, B-plus, narrated by Justine Eyre, produced by Tantor Media, downloaded from audible.com.

Ariana Osgood was the ruler of her little domain of friends at school among the wealthy elite. But she murdered one of the boys in a moment of fury. She was convicted and sent to Brenda Trumbull Correctional Facility for Women, where her roommate turned out to be Caitlin. Ariana became convinced that Caitlin was innocent and was serving a life sentence for Briana Lee Covington, whom Caitlin claimed, had killed her own father. Caitlin and Ariana plotted together over the next 18 months as to how they would escape and get Briana Lee’s money away from her. After all, she didn’t deserve to have it after falsely accusing Caitlin. Ariana manages to escape and begins a life of misadventure pretending to be someone else and getting deeper and deeper into a morass of crime. A good book chillingly describing two psychopathic girls who will do anything to get their own way.


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