Undertow by Elizabeth Heathcote

October 17, 2016

 

Since the days of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie, British writers have been known for fast-paced, well-plotted thrillers and mysteries. With Paula Hawkins’s The Girl on a Train in theaters (although the London location has moved to New York City), it’s not surprising that publishers are hopping aboard the Brit Lit express. To Ruth Ware’s The Woman in Cabin 10, Clare Macintosh’s I Let You Go, and Gilly Macmillan’s What She Knew, add author Elizabeth Heathcote’s debut, Undertow.

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Jami Deise writes humorous women’s fiction and mysteries. Being a baseball mom for 15 years led to her first novel, KEEPING SCORE (2013), about crazy travel ball parents. Her second novel, THE TIES THAT BLEED, is about a vampire assassin for the FBI, although she personally has little experience slaying vampires. Her forthcoming book, HOUSE DIVIDED, is due out 11/08/2017, the first anniversary of the 2016 Presidential elections. When she’s not writing, Jami sells houses for Century 21 in St. Petersburg, Florida. She’s represented by Rachel Beck at Holloway Literary.

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