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Home Christina Schwarz Drowning Ruth. ‘Ruth remembered drowning. The first sentence of this brilliantly understated psychological thriller leaps off the page and captures the reader's imagination.
Home Christina Schwarz Drowning Ruth. The first sentence of this brilliantly understated psychological thriller leaps off the page and captures the reader's imaginatio. chwarz deftly uses first-person narration to heighten the drama. Her prose is spare but bewitching, and she juggles the speakers and time periods with the surety of a seasoned novelist. Rather than attempting a trumped-up suspenseful finale, Schwarz ends her novel gently, underscoring the delicate power of her tale.
by Christina Schwarz. The bestselling author of Drowning Ruth returns to the small-town Wisconsin she so brilliantly evoked with this gripping novel about love, marriage, and adultery
by Christina Schwarz. by Christina Schwarz. The bestselling author of Drowning Ruth returns to the small-town Wisconsin she so brilliantly evoked with this gripping novel about love, marriage, and adultery. In the summer of 1963 a plot for revenge destroys a career, a friendship, and a family.
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Christina Schwarz grew up in Wisconsin. She and her husband live in Los Angeles, where she is at work on her second novel.
Drowning Ruth offers tender gifts–the shore, the lake, the island, all keeping their own mysteries. The Washington Post Book World. So often an avid reader can predict where a story is going by the middle of the book-but Christina Schwarz really does a wonderful job of weaving a web that you just can't put all the pieces together until the last few pages. The story takes place in Wisconsin and begins with Amanda, who is a nurse in the early 1920's, experiencing difficulties focusing on her patients at the hospital where she works.
The morning had lured three sailboats from their docks, and they zigged and zagged on the dark blue water, their canvas brilliant white triangles against the light blue sky.
Christina Schwarz t the spray thrown up by his kicking wet my cheeks. Wasn't this enough, more than enough? Our happiness, after all, had once been real, even if he'd lied to spur it on. Why had I, in insisting that I be the most prized, the only beloved, hidden myself away from such delights? After his second lap, he hung onto the boat, breathing laboriously
Drowning Ruth This book kept my interest until the very end - I wanted to know exactly what happened at the lake that night. Drowning Ruth This book kept my interest until the very end - I wanted to know exactly what happened at the lake that night. With each chapter the layers were peeled back and you'd get a little more information each time - and that was about all the plots and.
CHILLING, PRECOCIOUSLY GOOD START TO A BRIGHT NEW NOVELIST’S CAREER. The New York Times gripping psychological thriller. In the winter of 1919, a young mother named Mathilda Neumann drowns beneath the ice of a rural Wisconsin lake.
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