Something in the Water Free Audiobook

Something in the Water (2018)

A shocking discovery on their honeymoon in paradise changes their lives forever in this psychological thriller from the author of The Disappearing Act.

What if you could make one simple decision that would change your life for ever? Erin is an aspiring documentary filmmaker who’s on the verge of making her first professional film. Mark is a handsome investment banker with ambitious dreams. They’re madly in love, so they decide to go on their dream honeymoon to the beautiful tropical island of Bora Bora. While scuba diving in the clear blue sea, they find some kind of treasure…

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Could your dream life be the stuff of nightmares? The newlyweds must choose whether to tell the truth or keep the secret. After all, if nobody else knows, who would get hurt? Their decision will cause a series of disastrous consequences…

“A psychological thriller that will keep you reading until the end. It’s a wild, page- turning ride! It’s the perfect summer read and the audiobook is stellar! Steadman acts as her own icy, sexy narrator and you will quickly understand why she is such a wonderful actress.”

The Book GuideĀ® Editor

You’ve probably wondered how long it takes for someone to dig a hole. Don’t wonder anymore. Catherine Steadmanā€˜s enthralling voice shimmers through this spellbinding debut novel, which is sure to captivating. Something in the Water challenges readers to confront their deepest fears and most cherished beliefs, and to question everything they think they know about themselves and the world.

Something in the Water (2018) by Catherine Steadman

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