Elston, Ashley. The Rules for Disappearing. Disney-Hyperion, 2013.
This book was a fun, quick read, and I enjoyed it in spite of myself. Meg/Anna/whatever her current iteration is has moved so often in the past year that it's taken a toll on her family. Her mom's an alcoholic now, her little sister won't talk, and her dad is having clandestine conversations with the very person who caused them to be in Witness Protection in the first place. It's no wonder Anna feels like she's the only one holding her family together; she is.
This story starts slowly enough but picks up speed quickly, and there are enough hints and clues along the way that indicate that something isn't quite right. And just when you think everything's resolved, there's a nice twist at the end as well.
I received a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley for the purposes of review.