Drowning With Others by Linda Keir #bookreview #mystery

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Title: Drowning With Others

Author: Linda Keir

Publisher: Lake Union Publishing

Publication Date: October 1, 2019

Page Count: 379

My rating: 4 stars

About the book:

They have the perfect marriage. Did one of them kill to get it?

Prep school sweethearts Ian and Andi Copeland are envied by everyone they know. They have successful businesses, a beautiful house in St. Louis, and their eldest daughter, Cassidy, is following in their footsteps by attending prestigious Glenlake Academy. Then, a submerged car is dredged from the bottom of a swimming hole near the campus. So are the remains of a former writer-in-residence who vanished twenty years ago—during Ian and Andi’s senior year.

When Cassidy’s journalism class begins investigating the death, Ian and Andi’s high school secrets rise to the surface. Each has a troubled link to the man whose arrival and sudden disappearance once set the school on edge. And each had a reason to want him gone. As Cassidy unwittingly edges closer to the truth, unspoken words, locked away for decades, will force Ian and Andi to question what they really know—about themselves, about the past, and about a marriage built on a murderous lie.

Drowning With Others by Linda Keir is a mystery novel. The story in Drowning With Others is one that is told by changing the point of view between multiple characters and also one that takes place in different timelines.

Andi and Ian have been together since being teenagers attending boarding school. Now years later Andi and Ian are married and have a teenage daughter, Cassidy. Cassidy has been attending the same school that Andi and Ian attended and has an assignment to uncover details in the disappearance of a teacher from back when her parents were in school.

Drowning With Others by Linda Keir was the type of mystery that was easy to begun engaged into the story and flowed well between the different timelines. I found that both sides of the story were interesting and thought this was a great read with only thinking the ending needed a bit more.

I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

Find this book online:

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About the author:

Linda Keir is the pen name of Linda Joffe Hull and Keir Graff. The authors of Drowning with Others and The Swing of Things, they are currently at work on their third book.

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