Something in the Sea

Something in the Sea

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It's a steamy, sultry day during a hot Mediterranean summer and Terence, a rich London lawyer, is relaxing on his yacht with his beautiful wife, Cathy and their young daughter, Lucy. But, the idyllic holiday is shattered when a sudden storm whips up from nowhere. Terence battles into the night to save the lives of his family and guide the boat into Dubrovnik harbour. Unable to go ashore until daybreak, Cathy is tending to her daughter's injuries when a large motor-cruiser pulls up alongside them. Its wounded skipper, Kurt, comes aboard their yacht seeking medical help, and there, in the darkest hours of the night, Terence and Cathy are forced to listen to Kurt's disturbing story.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 15mm | 168g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 0747585865
  • 9780747585862
  • 1,279,265

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'I was gripped and enthralled' William Boyd 'Creepy, chilling and claustrophobic' Time Out 'A brilliantly creepy and worryingly enthralling debut' Daily Mirror 'This is a chilling psychological thriller by a debut writer of whom we will certainly hear more' Daily Mail
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About Yves Bonavero

Yves Bonavero was born and educated in Paris and in his early twenties, Yves moved to London where he spent fourteen years in the City. In 1996 Yves went to Oxford to read Philosophy and German, and graduated with a First Class degree in 1999. Encouraged by his Oxford literature tutors, he began to write psychological thrillers. Something in the Sea is his first book. He lives in London.
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Rating details

41 ratings
2.9 out of 5 stars
5 12% (5)
4 15% (6)
3 34% (14)
2 29% (12)
1 10% (4)
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