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    [The Drowning Girls] EBOOK READ I read this book over the span of three days but honestly would have read it in one sitting if time had permitted The book starts in present day June 2015 Liz McGinnis wakes up to the sound of someone screaming At first she thinks that it's just the kids next door playing However she soon realizes that the screaming is coming fro

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    [The Drowning Girls] EBOOK READ Thank you Netgalley for my digital copy in exchange for a fair and honest reviewThis book was simply unputdownable I hated to see it end; not sure what that says of me as the subject matter in this one was not pleasant at a

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    summary ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Paula Treick DeBoard [The Drowning Girls] EBOOK READ Paula Treick DeBoard ´ 9 read & download POWERFUL CAUTIONARY TALEin the same ways Fatal Attraction and American Beauty areThe Drowning Girls Looks at 'the missing piece' which the above two movies didn't This is a brilliantscaryimportant novela modern day possibility than

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    Paula Treick DeBoard ´ 9 read & download [The Drowning Girls] EBOOK READ This book was both addictive and disturbing From the first few moments to the jaw dropping conclusion I was hooked I seriously could not stop listening to this audio and Phil’s Australian accent so incredibly cuteThis story is bold and unrelenting It’s amazing how easy it is for the facts to get twisted For innocence to morph into guilt For the truth to be overlooked in the face of a shocking accusation

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    [The Drowning Girls] EBOOK READ I'm a little torn about giving this three or four stars On the one hand it was compulsively readable or listenable as I went for the audio book

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    [The Drowning Girls] EBOOK READ Top 50 Books of 2016 Put Gone Girl The Girl on the Train in your rear view mirror Paula Treick DeBoard's THE DRO

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    free read The Drowning Girls Paula Treick DeBoard ´ 9 read & download [The Drowning Girls] EBOOK READ Find all of my reviews at “We’ve both been hiding things” I pointed out “We’re the same kind of awful” “I don’t know

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    [The Drowning Girls] EBOOK READ Is it worth living in paradise with crappy neighbors?The book begins with the discovery of the lifeless body of Kelsey a teenager in McGinnises’ swimming pool who are the new neighbors in the chic and expensive community of The Palms So far so good We have a mystery right in the beginning and gradually are introduced to characters who have secrets to hide and motives to kill Liz McGinnis is the protective

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    [The Drowning Girls] EBOOK READ “If you ever looked at me once with what I know is in you I would be your slave” Emily BrontëPaula Treick DeBoard an American best selling author pens a mystifying tale set in a modern posh American neighborhood which haunts a new family by the buried lies and secrets behind the doors of their neighbors in her upcoming book The Drowning Girls This story revolves around a family who just shifted to a nice

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    [The Drowning Girls] EBOOK READ “Because one of the truths about a marriage—I knew that then and I know it now—was that there should be some secrets Small things inconseuential things I didn’t believe a person could ever know another person wholly inside out and I was okay with thatPaula Treick Deboard The Drowning GirlsWhat a creepy wickedly good story This is a five star domestic thrillerno uestionA young family moves into The Pa

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The Drowning Girls

review The Drowning Girls ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Er shy and slightly nerdy daughter a bit suspiciousBut while Kelsey uickly becomes a fixture in the McGinnis home Liz's relationships with both Danielle and Phil grow strained Now even her own family seems to be hiding things and it's not long before their dream of living the high life uickly spirals out of control More Praise The next must read Catherine McKenzie bestselling author of Hidden and Smoke Heart pounding Sophie Littlefield New York Times bestselling author Suspenseful and compelling Karen Brown author of The Longings of Wayward Gir. If you ever looked at me once with what I know is in you I would be your slave Emily Bront Paula Treick DeBoard an American best selling author pens a mystifying tale set in a modern posh American neighborhood which haunts a new family by the buried lies and secrets behind the doors of their neighbors in her upcoming book The Drowning Girls This story revolves around a family who just shifted to a nice and rich neighborhood but their happy days soon turn into nightmare by a fifteen year old girl whose plans for the summer is way too sinisterSynopsis Liz McGinnis never imagined herself living in a luxurious gated community like The Palms Ever since she and her family moved in she s felt like an outsider amongst the Stepford like wives and their obnoxiously spoiled children Still she s determined to make it work if not for herself then for her husband Phil who landed them this lavish home in the first place and for her daughter Danielle who s about to enter high school Yet underneath the glossy veneer of The Palms life is far from idyllic In a place where reputation is everything Liz soon discovers that even the friendliest residents can t be trusted and almost everyone has secrets they d do anything to protect So when the gorgeous girl next door befriends Danielle Liz can t help but find sophisticated Kelsey s interest in her shy and slightly nerdy daughter a bit suspicious But while Kelsey uickly becomes a fixture in the McGinnis home Liz s relationships with both Danielle and Phil grow strained Now even her own family seems to be hiding things and it s not long before their dream of living the high life uickly spirals out of control Liz Danielle and Phil McGinnis shifts to The Palms a posh American neighborhood in the summers and as Phil lands a job in the club house of The Palms he and his wife Liz and his step daughter Danielle gets to live amongst the rich urban people for free in an eually lavish house But their blissful summers are not so blissful when their neighbor s teenage daughter Kelsey becomes friend with Danielle and starts hanging out in the house as well as in their pool It becomes a living hell when Kelsey s agenda behind the good nature is surfaced But the neighbors don t do anything in return to help the McGinnises instead they lie on their faces and turn their backs on them and even accusing them What lies buried under such a lavish neighborhood is for you to find outFirstly lets just say that the author s writing style is not only elouent but is laced with suspicion that will keep the readers from turning the pages of the book with their minds forced to uestion each and every doubt which uite unpredictable The story opens in the month of June 2015 with Liz waking up to the screaming of the girls coming from the pool and when she rushes there she finds out that Kelsey s lifeless body is floating in the pool with her daughter Danielle and her friend Hannah screaming at the top of their voices From then on the story jumps back to June 2014 when they first shifted to The Palms Hence the story swings from present to the past and the past is highlighted with both Phil and Liz s POV The mystery of Kelsey s death in 2015 only deepens with her tantrums from the summer of 2014 The narrative of every other character in this book is engaging and free flowing The pacing of the book is really fast and the mystery has so many twists and turns and if the readers try to predict on their own they will be thrown off the edge with a shocking revelation here and there The mystery is unraveling and it will keep the readers anticipating till the very last page and with an eually riveting climax that is sooo hard to foretell the book is one hell of a tantalizing read The mystery is bone chilling and at times will give the readers goosebumpsThe author has a strong psychological grip on the characters which are realistic and laced with their weaknesses and flaws The main character Liz and Phil are uite well developed Their individual POV is articulate and will also give enough space to look into the story from the readers own POV Liz tries to be the perfect mother who works as a high school student counselor When they shifts to The Palms Liz is filled with doubt on whether she will be able to mix up with the post neighbors Moreover Liz is bit controlling yet she at times could not see certain problems to their depths Phil on the other hand will give the readers a feeling like he is funny caring and easy going but trust me the whole mystery depends on Phil s POV Kelsey is another character who is an attention seeker and considering her tender age her mind works like a 30 year old woman filled with twisted and dark ideas Danielle is the nerdy teenager who is brave smart and strong even when she is cyber bullied In short this is yet another beguiling read for me in this year the mystery is perfect with an eually dark and twisted story I will reuest all the parents with teenage daughters to read this compelling thriller And in general I would ask every other mystery lovers to not to miss this gripping story Verdict Definitely a must read psychological thriller Courtesy I was lucky enough to receive an ARC from the author So thank you Paula Treick DeBoard for giving me an opportunity to read and review this book

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review The Drowning Girls ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Spellbinding Mary Kubica New York Times bestselling author of The Good Girl and Pretty Baby Disturbingprovocative Heather Gudenkauf New York Times bestselling authorCritically acclaimed author of The Mourning Hours and The Fragile World Paula Treick DeBoard returns with a tale of dark secrets shocking lies and a dangerous obsession that will change one neighborhood foreverLiz McGinnis never imagined herself living in a luxurious gated community like The Palms Ever since she and her family moved in she's felt like an outsider amongst the Stepfor. POWERFUL CAUTIONARY TALEin the same ways Fatal Attraction and American Beauty areThe Drowning Girls Looks at the missing piece which the above two movies didn t This is a brilliantscaryimportant novela modern day possibility than one might want to believe and completely seductive enjoyable I highly suggest this book to any parent who has pre teen or teen girls living at home This story deals with an obsessionprovocative flirtationsa self destructive protagonista sexy seducible teenage girl named Kelsey Kelsey Jorgensen is the type of beauty men fantasize about She wears very sexy suggestive clothes and is the type of girl who gets whatever she wants without even trying Is she using her physical beauty as power or might she be psychopathic or have a borderline personality disorder Oris something else going on all together The full cast of characters gel together to create a stunning ensemble novelPhil Liz McGinnis and their daughter Danielle are the new family to move into the gated wealthy community The Palmsin Liver California Phil still has his strong accent from Melbourne that woman melt over Phil s charm works to his benefit even with the married women He is hired as the new community relations specialist His job includes schmoozing with the other home owners keeping the community happy Their family isn t wealthy like the other home owners Their huge resort type luxury home is free part of the job perk Needless to say it takes some getting use to living in a community where just about everything is outsourcedchildcare and housekeeping and cooking running into town to grab something from Target etc Hair stylist comes to the homes before parties personal shoppers etc Liz is uncomfortable with these women They are like modern day fairy tale princesses Author Paula Treick DeBoard has written a razor sharp novel dark smart scary teen angstfamily marriage complex themes explored in depth This nail biting page turning story sucks us in and pulls at our heartstrings At the same time we re very aware of the understated fright sadness going on I leave you with to think about What s the difference between a pedophile and an innocent person accused of pedophilia What about a rapist and a person accused of rape Practically speaking nothing They re the same One might as well be the other It doesn t matter if you re innocent because the accusation plants the suggestion and from there the guilt grows The innocent are most vulnerable really They ve got most to lose those with wives and kids who aren t looking for something on the side Note I ve read Paula Treick DeBoard s other two novels The Morning Hours and The Fragile Worldif you have not read this author yetyou re in for a treat if you do ALWAYS emotionally powerful skillful flowing storytellingThe Drowning Girls ROCKSbrilliantly constructed Irresistible and disturbing comes out in stores in April

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review The Drowning Girls ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub D like wives and their obnoxiously spoiled children Still she's determined to make it work if not for herself then for her husband Phil who landed them this lavish home in the first place and for her daughter Danielle who's about to enter high schoolYet underneath the glossy veneer of The Palms life is far from idyllic In a place where reputation is everything Liz soon discovers that even the friendliest residents can't be trusted So when the gorgeous girl next door befriends Danielle Liz can't help but find sophisticated Kelsey's interest in h. I m a little torn about giving this three or four stars On the one hand it was compulsively readable or listenable as I went for the audio book on the other I felt the ending was a little dissatisfying and I didn t really connect with the characters In part I think this had to do with the narration The female narrator did all the teenager s voices in this really pronounced petulant tone which I found a bit grating and she did the Australian character in a weird mish mash or an Irish and unidentifiable voice which was slightly funny but also a little disappointing Maybe I would have been solidly impressed had I read the print version Nonetheless this was definitely a fast paced entertaining story that felt eerily believable I haven t read anything by this author but would certainly be interested to in the future Her writing is fluid and the plot tight that even so so narration kept me engagedFind reviews and bookish fun at

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  • The Drowning Girls
  • Paula Treick DeBoard
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  • 02 July 2020
  • 9781459293915