The Drowning Woman
Hop on this rollercoaster of a ride as The Drowning Woman may be one of the year’s most twisted and wild adventures. Lee came to Seattle after her New York restaurant failed during COVID-19, and her main investor may be out to harm her. Living in her car, one day, Lee sees a woman walking into the sea and drowning. She rescues her and learns the woman is trying to kill herself to escape her abusive husband. What happens next is both shocking and crazy. The woman, Hazel, is married to a wealthy attorney and is in a Master/Slave relationship. She befriends Lee after Lee saves her. But the characters in this book all have ulterior motives, including a man Lee meets named Jesse, who seems to be interested in her.
The Drowning Woman is told from the points of view of both Lee and Hazel. With themes of domestic abuse, homelessness, and survival, this book will captivate its audience as the reader finds out what each character is doing behind the others’ backs. Riveting and explosive, this is a book fans of thrillers and suspense novels won’t want to miss.
|Page Count||336 pages|
|Publisher||Grand Central Publishing|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime, Thriller|