Deep Beneath Us

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Pub Date 04 Jun 2024 | Archive Date 31 May 2024

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Will the truth pull them under? A twisty, gripping mystery from a multi-award-winning master of suspense that you won't be able to put down . . .

Tabitha Muir returns to her childhood home in the remote hills of Hiskith in Scotland after twenty years away. She's lost her job, her house, and custody of her son after a divorce, and thinks this must be rock bottom - but worse is to come. An unplanned explosion at the dam on the loch and the suspicious death of her beloved cousin Davey force Tabitha to confront her past demons.

Is Davey's death just another dark episode in the Muir family's scandalous history? As Davey's closest friends, Gordo and Barrett, help Tabitha try to answer the many questions around Davey's demise, Tabitha discovers that nothing she thought she knew about herself and those around her is true . . .

The trio are about to bring Hiskith's darkest secrets to the surface, but will the truth destroy them?

Will the truth pull them under? A twisty, gripping mystery from a multi-award-winning master of suspense that you won't be able to put down . . .

Tabitha Muir returns to her childhood home in the...


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Deep Beneath Us is the sixth book I've read by Catriona McPherson, all but one of which I gave 4/5 stars. McPherson excels at psychological mysteries.

When I started this one, I wondered if I'd finish it because the beginning was so confusing. Dealing with mental illness IS confusing and trying to follow the "logic?" difficult.

Then as Tabitha returns home, the plot becomes more and more interesting. Clearer? No. This is one of those books in which you truly do not know what to expect next.

The characters are interesting, and the reader quickly becomes involved with the lives of Gordo and Barrett and their support of Tabitha. The suspicious death of Tabitha's cousin Davy unites them, and the multiple plot twists are provocative.

The background of a dysfunctional family is revealed slowly with each twist throwing the reader off again. Barrett's girls Willow and Sorrell, and Tabitha's son Albie, and eventually, another teenager become a lighter, positive element as the Muire family secrets and lies gradually surface.

I don't know how the author kept up with all of twists; there were points when I just had to accept them because they came so fast and thick. You aren't going to be able to predict them all even when you think you can.

I couldn't put it down.

Thanks to NetGalley and Severn House for this one.

Read in April. Blog review scheduled for May 22.

Publication date: June 4, 2024 341 pages.

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