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The Heatwave Hardcover – August 18, 2020
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"S.J. Watson fans will want to check this one out."―Publishers Weekly
"Outstanding. An absolute page-turner."―Rosie Walsh, New York Times bestselling author of Ghosted
"Sultry, atmospheric and unsettling -- a book to lose yourself in this summer."
―Erin Kelly, author of He Said/She Said and The Poison Tree
"I couldn't stop reading this book. The writing is rich and multi-layered, but it's the subtlety of the characterizations that hook you and won't let you go. A taut and stunning novel!"―Gill Paul, bestselling author of The Secret Wife
"Kate Riordan takes the summer thriller to the next level with The Heatwave. Mesmeric writing, beguiling characters and a plot that will make your blood run cold."―Veronica Henry, author of How to Find Love in a Bookshop
"A story that draws you in instantly and really doesn't loosen its grip, right up until the last little twist on the final page."―Iona Grey, author The Glittering Hour
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Sylvie tells the story of her life from the birth of her first daughter, Elodie with her husband who travels for work all the time and as the story develops it becomes more sinister and compelling, leaving the reader wanting to know more. All is not as it seems here.
The house - La Reverie and the events of the past hold many mysteries and as the story unravels Emma has always understood her older sister had died. I don't want to give away the plot but the sinister, unnerving goings on at the house in the past and present kept me awake long into the night. Even the fires which surround the area and are encroaching ever nearer adds to the sense of something is not right - for me it felt very creepy and foreboding.
If you want to be transported to a idyllic hideaway where a mother is trying to cope with trying to understand her family dynamics and struggling at times to know what to do then this is the book for you. As it moves towards its conclusion I found myself having great sympathy for Sylvie and it was page turner in every sense of the word.