According to science, pop culture, and popular opinion, birth order can have a big effect on your psyche and the kind of person you grow up to be. Apparently, older siblings are typically more responsible, independent, and caregiving, and youngest siblings are usually the complete opposite. Known for their attention-seeking and risk-taking behaviors, the baby in the family tends to be a troublemaker, one capable of getting away with murder — or so the saying goes. But in Nigerian novelist Oyinkan Braithwaite's deadly debut, the saying proves itself true. A sly and sinister novel about secrets, sisterhood, and sibling rivalry, My Sister, the Serial Killer asks the question, how far would you be willing to go to protect your family? How far should you go?
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