Drowning With Others by Linda Keir

Drowning With Others

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-resid...


Details Drowning With Others

TitleDrowning With Others
Author
Release DateOct 1st, 2019
PublisherLake Union Publishing
LanguageEnglish
GenreMystery, Fiction
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Reviews Drowning With Others

  • Bridgett
    1970-01-01
    No one can keep secrets these days... And so begins the exquisitely 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, quirky, 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 ...
  • Barbara
    1970-01-01
    Andi and Ian Copeland were high school sweethearts and the ‘IT Couple’ of their expensive boarding school. Twenty years later, the school is still part of their lives. Their eldest daughter is studying there and their twins are due to start at the school next year, completing a multi-generational association with the school for the Copeland family. So far, so idyllic. But then a shocking discovery – a car submerged in a swimming ‘hole’ ...
  • Whistlers Mom
    1970-01-01
    At Glenlake Academy, murder is NOT on the curriculum!Glenlake Academy is a prestigious, expensive prep school tastefully located in a rural area north of Chicago. For generations it has protected and prepared the sons and daughters of wealthy families, giving them academic backgrounds that ensure admission to the Ivy League colleges their parents expect them to attend. The grounds are lovely, the buildings classical in design, and the faculty car...
  • Christine Lowe
    1970-01-01
    Drowning with OthersThis is a rather unique book that spans from Ian and Andi's time at Glenlake Academy to their daughter's graduation from the same boarding school. The characters are crafted with an amazing amount of depth as they go about their lives. We see that things are not always as they seem from the outsiders point of view. They may not be accurate for those living it either. The beginning was a little confusing until I took a few brie...
  • Deborah Adams
    1970-01-01
    When it comes to good books there are those you hate to finish and those you wish would get to the conclusion already. For me, Drowning with Others fell into the second category. Although it was well-written with likeable, although maybe not easy to relate to, characters, the story dragged in some spots. There were a couple of subplots that added nothing to the story and some characters that were nothing more than names. Overall, though, I would ...
  • Alfred J. Coscia
    1970-01-01
    Ouch With the Review, But TruthfulThis just was not a story I could get into at all. I had read 33% of the book, figured out pretty much what happened, was bored senseless and I really just hate this book. There was some good prose and one or two of the characters had some merit, but it just was not put together in a manner that inspires someone to just read. I really did try. I just couldn't do it
  • Esmeralda
    1970-01-01
    Andi and Ian were the perfect couple back at Glenlake boarding school. But sometime in their senior year they broke up for unknown reasons. Still they managed to get back together, get married, and raise a family. But when they returned to Glenlake for their oldest daughter's parents' weekend, the body of a visiting writer in residence was found and threatened to expose family secrets.
  • Stephanie Horak
    1970-01-01
    Super good. Couldn’t put it down. The ending turned out to be more complex than could be realistically believed. But that is my only complaint.
  • Brenda Long
    1970-01-01
    GREAT Read WOW! I absolutely loved this book. If I could give it a higher rating, I would. It kept me on the edge of my seat and I never wanted to put it down.
  • Tricia
    1970-01-01
    Eh. The plot ended up being a little dry...not particularly clever or imaginative. Felt a little too "safe" in the end.
  • Vanessa Perry
    1970-01-01
    Wanted to read