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Deep Blue Sea

Deep Blue Sea

Passionate. Explosive. Impossible to put down. Tasmina Perry is back with her most spectacular novel yet.

Beneath the shimmering surface lies a dark secret…

Diana and Julian Denver have the world at their feet. With a blissful marriage, a darling son and beautiful homes in London and the country, Diana’s life, to the outside world, is perfect. But nothing is as it seems…

When Julian dies suddenly and tragically, Diana is convinced there is more to it than meets the eye. She calls on the one person she had never wanted to see again – her sister, Rachel.

A former tabloid reporter, Rachel appears to be living the dream as a diving instructor on a Thai island. The truth is she’s in exile, estranged from her family and driven from her career by Fleet Street’s phone-hacking scandal.

For Rachel, Diana’s request opens old wounds. But she is determined to make amends for the past, and embarks on a treacherous journey to uncover the truth – wherever it may lead…
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 18th July 2013

Price: £19.99

ISBN-13: 9780755358526

Reviews

This glitzy, fast-paced mystery will hook you from the start... An engrossing dose of chick lit
Prima
Sexual tension and an untimely death set the scene for perfect poolside escapism... Perry delivers a big juicy holiday read with enough sexual tension - unresolved and otherwise - to keep you gripped
Marie-Claire
A brilliant page turner that will keep you guessing until the end
Sun
Exciting and explosive
Essentials
Another brilliant page-turner from the queen of the beach read
Red
Hot enough to melt an ice-lolly, it's the perfect summer
Express
Totally absorbing... An exciting thriller that will keep you guessing until the end. Perfect fodder for those long lazy days on the beach or in the park
Heat
Escape into Deep Blue Sea, Tasmina Perry's latest passionate excursion
Belfast Telegraph
Highly entertaining and cleverly written
The Sunday Mirror