By Glenda Carroll
Meet Trisha Carson -- No funds, no guy, no mojo.
Trisha is sitting within the sizzling summer time solar on the fringe of a funky Sierra lake. She thinks she is witnessing an unintentional drowning at an open water swim. What else may possibly or not it's? An elite athlete doesn’t dash clear of the pack, cease, by no means to maneuver back. yet then, every week later, one other swimmer identified extra for her good looks than athletic skill drives her motor vehicle off a 20-foot cliff into the Pacific Ocean.
Only Trisha believes the injuries aren’t so unintentional. Naively she asks too many inquiries to exactly the unsuitable humans. Her suspicions are disregarded by means of family and friends. yet her inquiries proceed and result in an increasing net of intrigue, revenge and probability.
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Dead in the Water by Glenda Carroll