Still Water by Amy Stuart Review

love Amy Stuart! I am now an avid fan.
I read Still Mine before this one and I'm so glad I did. I enjoyed having some background about Clare, the main character. Still Mine, gave some details of Clare's past and Still Water you get some more glimpse of her past. You can really relate to Clare, and I feel like you are right there with her trying to solve the mystery.

Also, we can't forget the mystery surrounding Malcom, Clare's "Boss" or "Partner". I already can't wait for the next novel to come out. This is a great series and I highly recommend reading it in order.

Thank you to Simon & Schuster for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.


Clare has to find them.

Sally Proulx and her young boy have mysteriously disappeared in the stormy town of High River. Clare is hired to track them down, hoping against all odds to find them alive. But High River isn’t your typical town. It’s a place where women run to—women who want to escape their past. They run to Helen Haines, a matriarch who offers them safe haven and anonymity. Pretending to be Sally’s long-lost friend, Clare turns up and starts asking questions, but nothing prepares her for the swirl of deception and the depth of the lies.

Did Sally drown? Did her son? Was it an accident, or is their disappearance part of something bigger?

In a town where secrets are crucial to survival, everyone is hiding something. Detectives Somers and Rourke clearly have an ulterior motive beyond solving the case. Malcolm Boon, who hired Clare, knows more about her than he reveals. And Helen is concealing a tragic family history of her own. As the truth surges through High River, Clare must face the very thing she has so desperately been running from, even if it comes at a devastating cost. Compulsively gripping and twisty, Still Water is a deep dive of a thriller that will leave you breathless.

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