My Sister, the Serial Killer
by Oyinkan Braithwaite

I loved reading this. I read it in two sessions, but could have easily read it in one if I had the time.

Simply put, it is a tale of two sisters -- one who is intelligent, hard working, and average-looking, and the other who is beautiful, capricious, charming... and who also tends to murder the men she dates, then call her sister to come help cover up her crimes.

When the murderous sister begins dating the man her sister is secretly in love with, it becomes time to decide where loyalties really lie.

It is dark, satirical, and a bit tongue-in-cheek, told from the viewpoint of the enabling sister, who doesn't see anything strange with their current setup. It is impossible to discuss why I liked it and its ending without revealing spoilers, so I'll simply say: this is one of my favorites that I've read recently, and I wish someone I knew would read it so we could talk about it.

arc received from the publisher for review