Tuesday 10 December 2019

Woman in The Water - Katerina Diamond || Blog Tour

The Sunday Times bestselling author of The Teacher and Truth or Die is back with a new twisty crime thriller

 I’m alive. But I can’t be saved . . .

 When a woman’s body is found submerged in icy water, police are shocked to find she is alive. But she won’t disclose her name, or what happened to her – even when a second body is discovered. And then she disappears from her hospital bed.

 Detectives Adrian Miles and Imogen Grey follow their only lead to the home of Reece Corrigan, and when his wife Angela walks in, they immediately recognise her. She’s the woman from the river, with her injuries carefully masked. The more they dig into the couple, the less they understand about them. Why have people in their past been hurt, or vanished? And why doesn’t Angela want to be saved?

 Smart, shocking and twisty – perfect for fans of Cara Hunter and Karin Slaughter.


I was so excited about this tour i have read previous works by Katerina and i forgot just how bloody brilliant they are.

 Woman in the Water is a deeply dark horrific read that shocks the reader and that is what makes it so good. Detective Adrian Miles pulls a woman from a river who is barely alive - she wont tell the police anything, her name, how she got there or what is going on. Struggling to locate her, when they find another body - it soon becomes a murder investigation. The police have very few leads but when they follow the one they have and come face to face with the woman from the hospital. Angela tries to warn the police off but its not something they are going to let go.

 I forgot how dark Katerina can be and i did not expect this read to shock me, it was gripping, it was shocking and i didnt see it coming at all. Katerina writes characters that are evil, scary and just down right wrong but she also writes ones with good in their heart who only want to do right.

 I was fascinated by the way she managed to write such dark things so well, and tackled them in a way that felt real but respected those who may have suffered themselves. She handled situations so well and as a reader you felt like it was a crime drama on the tv as you read through.

 If you want a thriller that doesnt give you answers until the very last page with shocking outcomes then this is the one for you.

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