The Deepest Water

The Deepest Water

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When her beloved father is murdered at his isolated lake cottage, Abby Conners must re-evaluate all of her safe assumptions about life as she probes for hidden messages in her father's last novel that may reveal his killer.

Blackwell North Amer
Abby Connor's father, Jud, was a novelist whose career finally took off after three novels and years of hard work. Jud was also the most important man in Abby's life, to the chagrin of her husband, Brice.
When Jud is murdered in his Oregon lakefront cabin, Abby's life is overturned. Was the killer someone she knew?
Fortunately, it seems she has a guide to direct her through the maze that is her life: Jud's last novel. If only she can see through the ficiton to perceive the truth.

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& Taylor

When her beloved father is murdered at his isolated lake cottage, Abby Conners must re-evaluate all of her safe assumptions about life as she probes for possible hidden messages in her father's last novel that might reveal his killer. 25,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, 2000
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780312261436
0312261438
Branch Call Number: MYS Wilhelm, K 2000
Characteristics: 279 pages ; 25 cm

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Jun 26, 2011

I've read everything Kate Wilhelm has published, and loved most of the books. This, however, is the worst. Poorly put together, it skips around in the plot and never captures the imagination. I was disappointed in her for even having this published under her name.

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