Something in the Water: A Novel by Catherine Steadman | Conversation Starters
New York Times bestselling book Something in The Water is actress Catherine Steadman’s first novel. Her novel is about a documentary filmmaker named Erin Locke. She was reaching a breakthrough in her career and was in love with Mark, an ambitious investment banker. Mark and Erin went on a honeymoon in the dreamy island of Bora Bora. Suddenly their dream vacation became a nightmare. When they went scuba diving, they found something in the water. They were faced with a choice: protect their secret or speak out about it. Either choice is dangerous and whatever they decide on would trigger a chain of disastrous events.
Catherine Steadman’s debut thriller novel Something in the Water dares the readers to confront their personal ideals, hopes and the lies we tell ourselves. Reese Witherspoon says that Something in the Water is “the perfect beach read!” The New York Times describes the novel as “a proper page-turner.”
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