Swimming Pool Sunday

Swimming Pool Sunday

Book - 2011
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On a shimmeringly hot Sunday in May, the Delaneys opened their pool to all the village for charity. Louise was there, so were her daughters Amelia and Katie - and so, glaring at her resentfully, was her estranged husband Barnaby. This was supposed to be his day with the girls. But Louise ignored his angry glowers - it wasn't her fault they'd wanted to come swimming with her, was it? While the children splashed and shrieked in the cool, blue waters, she lay blissfully back in the sun and dreamed of Cassian, the charismatic new lawyer in her life. The day seemed perfect. But, suddenly the perfect day was shattered, as tragedy struck. And the consequences of a terrible accident developed into a drama of recriminations, jealousy and legal power-play, in which Louise found herself pulled in three directions all at once. Friendships crumbled, the village was split, and the needs of a child became secondary to the dangerous contest in which the grown-ups were engaged.
Publisher: London : Black Swan, 2011
ISBN: 9780552996426
0552996424
9780312181888
0312181884
9780552776714
Branch Call Number: Wick
Additional Contributors: Kinsella, Sophie

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JewelMcLatchy Jul 11, 2013

Much more serious than Wickham's other novels (as Wickham or Kinsella). Deals with two already hurting families who now have to deal with a tragic accident at the pool. Still a good read, just don't expect the lighter tone you're used to.

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