Intriguing Author & Investigative Journalist
Rebecca Godfrey is a Canadian-American author and journalist known for her compelling works of non-fiction. Her writing often delves into true crime, human nature, and the intricacies of society.
Godfrey gained recognition for her book "Under the Bridge" (2005), which meticulously explored a tragic murder case and the lives affected by it. Her investigative approach and empathetic storytelling shed light on complex narratives.
Rebecca Godfrey's works offer profound insights into the human condition, while her ability to capture the essence of true events through her writing has earned her critical acclaim.
I saw this girl dancing, and I moved closer to her because I liked the way she looked, haughty and sexy but not in a slutty way, and when I got closer to her, I realized she was me and I was looking at my reflection in the mirror. I looked like the kind of girl I'd always wanted to befriend.
Broken locks and bruised knees and borrowed lipgloss and rain on the streets
I've read Flowers in the Attic and The Other Side of Midnight and Go Ask Alice and I don't want to read any more books where the girl dies in the end.
Interference is a terrific page-turner, but it's also a haunting, powerful look at the way families and friendships entangle us all. Berry is a sharp-eyed, engaging writer, and she deftly captures the terrors, ruptures and intimacies of one seemingly ordinary neighborhood, always finding a precarious beauty in her characters' lives. This is a book that is terrifying, startling, and very hard to put down.