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READ ↠ Drowning with Others Ò They have the perfect marriage Did one of them kill to get itPrep 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 submerMan 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 uestion what they really know about themselves about the past and about a marriage built on a murderous l. Full ReadingThis book was boring There was no kick of excitement no roller coaster ride to the next page I had to plow through a lot of detail just to find out a little bit of information I felt like I was reading a text book

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They have the perfect marriage Did one of them kill to get itPrep 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. 375Occasionally the past has a nasty habit of sneaking back to haunt youusually when you least expect itAndi and Ian were high school sweethearts Both went to the same upscale boarding school destined to be the “IT” couple All with nothing than a brief hiccup in their senior yearNow years later married with their eldest daughter Cassidy attending the same school One of Cassidy's classmates accidentally turns up a long buried secret that involved the disappearance of a teacher from when her parents attended the schoolNow Cassidy's senior class is tasked with the assignment of uncoveringand maybe even solving what happened to this teacher all those years ago What stones will get unturned Who will be in their cross hairs “Would you rather be drowning with others or swimming alone”Told in two timelines from multiple perspectives it flowed well and easy to follow along You could feel the tension intensify as the mystery started to peel awayI enjoyed everything about this book Right up until the final reveal After such an intense grilling of everyone and their motivesthe ending just fell flat I wanted maybe just a few fireworks💥💥 Thank you to Lake Union Publishing and Goodreads Giveaways

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Drowning with OthersIs 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 yearWhen 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. No one can keep secrets these days And so begins the exuisitely character driven novel Drowning with Others I started reading this late last night and just finished today I could hardly put it down While it does seem a little too drawn out I found it to be a fun uirky beautifully rendered suspense Perhaps it was all the references to the mid to late 90s when I was in college myself but the book really resonated with me I enjoyed the characters and the mystery was unexpectedly good I thought the book was heading one way yet it went head first in another directionwhich I loved Told from three points of view those of Andi the mother Ian the father and Cassidy their daughter the time frame bounces from present day during Cassidy's senior year in high school to the 1996 97 school year when Ian Andi were the senior it couple at Glenlake Academya prestigious elite boarding school near Chicago It also includes journal entries from each which were probably my favorite sections Truly my only gripe with this story was the Investigative Journalism class trying to solve a 20 year old crime Not sure I really found it plausible as they'd be interfering with an on going investigation Nevertheless I think this one is well worth readingparticularly if you enjoy slow burning mysteries with absolutely awesome red herrings I'm very happy with this as one of my Kindle First selections 35 stars rounded up