The Lost Swimmer

Rebecca Wilding, an archaeology professor, makes sense of the past for a living, but suddenly truth and certainty are turning against her. She fears her husband Stephen is having an affair, and then she is accused of serious fraud in the workplace. Desperate to find answers, Rebecca leaves with Stephen for Greece, Italy and Paris, where she can uncover the conspiracy against her, and hopefully rekindle her relationship. But on the idyllic Amalfi coast, Stephen goes swimming and doesn’t come back. Rebecca falls under suspicion for his murder. Who is setting her up? Does she know Stephen as well as she thinks? Rebecca must uncover the truth or she could lose everything – her family, her career, her freedom. In a race against time she escapes to Paris, where she makes discoveries that will change her life. A psychological thriller about the consequences of love and trust.

The Lost Swimmer

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