Drowning With Others

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 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. Read Drowning With Others – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 379 pages
  • Drowning With Others
  • Linda Keir
  • English
  • 16 June 2017

10 thoughts on “Drowning With Others

  1. says:

    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 the characters, and the mystery was unexpectedlyNo 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 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 I...

  2. says:

    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 with an actual skeleton inside threatens to rattle a lot o Andi and Ian Copeland were high school sweethear...

  3. says:

    I m torn about this book I enjoyed the story for the most part and found the plot very compelling, but I pretty much hated the ending It just wasn t a satisfying resolution and by satisfying, I mean it didn t seem like a good payoff for the plot view spoiler One of my big gripes with this book was the loan Ian took out from his father in law I really, really hate how a lot of books will use a husband in financial distress who lies to his wife about shady financial steps and or cheats finan I m torn about this book I enjoyed the story for the most part and found the plot very compelling, but I pretty much hated the ending It just wasn t a satisfying resolution and by satisfying, I mean it didn t seem like a good payoff for the plot view spoiler One of my big gripes with this book was the loan Ian took out from his father in law I really, really hate how a lot of books will use...

  4. says:

    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 carefully chosen The wildcard is always the visiting 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 generatio...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I really enjoyed this book.The plotline was amazing a former teacher who disappeared 20 years prior was discovered in his car at the bottom of a lake The school launches an investigation well, a senior class in the school does to try to figure who killed the man, and why The story is split into three perspectives Ian, a senior at the time the teacher Dallas Walker disappeared, and was in Dallas s billiards club Andi, Ian s girlfriend in high school, who later married Ian, but for no I really enjoyed this book.The plotline was amazing a former tea...

  6. says:

    4.5 stars.Always a sucker for a book set at a boarding school, I was absolutely entranced by the setting of this novel After the author ushered me into Glenlake Academy, it was easy to picture the perfect row of faculty homes blanketed by snow, the places you would go to sneak a smoke or a kiss, and the classroom with the broken AC system where the students sat transfixed by the writer in residence while picturing a future for themselves as poet or investigative journalist I also enjoyed the s 4.5 stars.Always a sucker for a book set at a boarding school, I was absolutely entranced by the setting of this novel After the author ushered me into Glenlake Academy, it was easy to picture the perfect row of faculty homes blanketed by snow, the places you would go to sneak a smoke or a kiss, and the classroom with the broken AC system where the students sat transfixed by the writer in residence while picturing a future ...

  7. says:

    Refreshingly distracting and well paced I finished this quite quickly and enjoyed it from beginning to end I ve read a number of books recently that end with twists that turn their stories sideways and discards all the work the reader has put in before the final few chapters Drowning With Others avoids this annoying and overused narrative device There are some reveals at the end, but they logically fit with the plot and feel earned Nothing gets jammed in simply because the author wanted a s Refreshingly distracting and well paced I finished this quite quickly and enjoyed it from beginning to end I ve read a number of books recently that end with twists that turn their stories sideways and...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here At first I was irritated with the skipping between three characters and two time frames, but I eventually settled into the book and stopped noticing or being irritated by it.It wasn t one of those books that I ll stay up all night to read, or a book that kept me reading it to the exclusion of anything else.I liked the book and it s good writing for sure But I wasn t all that into the characters And I reminded me a bit of a real person I know, but I didn t identify with her In fact, I didn t l At first I was irritated with the skipping between three characters and two time frames, but I eventually settled into the book and stopped noticing or being irritated by it.It wasn t one of those books that I ll stay up all night to read, or a book that kept me reading it to the exclusion of anything else.I liked the book and it s good writing for sure But I wasn t all that into the characters And I reminded me a bit of a real person I know, but I didn t identify with her In fact, I didn t love, love, love any character in the book My favorite was Andi s dad, Simon I liked him quite a lot, but he was only a minor character.I found it a little implausible that Biz and Cope would do a lot to protect Andi From things said earlier in the book I had the impression a breakup of Ian and Andi in high school would ha...

  9. says:

    This was another Kindle First offering this month I downloaded It started off really well and I was really liking the writing style but then I seemed to get a bit bogged down with it all I think it might ve been some of the poetry stuff that I just wasn t very interested in I liked how they reached the title, though..and the cover is a terrific one I think it worked well having the next generation investigating the past of the parents generation and their own experiences at the very same This was another Kindle First offering this month I downloaded It started off really well and I was really liking the writing style but then I seemed to get a bit bogged down with it all I think it might ve been some of the poetry stuff that I just wasn t very interested in I liked how they reached the title, though..and the cover is a terrific one I think it worked well having the next generation in...

  10. says:

    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 brief notes so I could understa...

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