Into the Water
- Psychological Suspense, Blockbuster Authors
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Suspense from the author of The Girl on the Train
Danielle, a single mother, turns up dead at the bottom of the river that runs through her small English town. In her last days, she called her sister. Jules ignored her plea for help.
Earlier in the summer, a teenage girl met the same fate. They are not the first women lost to these waters, and the investigation of their deaths dredges up secrets long submerged.
Left behind is lonely, 15-year-old Lena, now in the care of Jules, a stranger afraid of her buried memories, dragged back to the place she'd hoped she'd escaped.
Most of all, she's afraid of the water. Beware a calm surface-you never know what lies beneath.
The author of The Girl on the Train delivers a twisting, layered story hinging on the deceptions of emotion and memory.
"[Hawkins has] grace and skill with character revelation."?National Post
"It's Hawkins's deft, empathetic characterization that will leave you pondering this harrowing, thought-provoking story."-Kimberly McCreight on The Girl on the Train
Additional Book Details
|Release Date:||May 1, 2017|