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Book review: The Deep Blue Sea, Tasmina Perry

Filled with suspense, secrets and passion, this is Tasmina Perry at her escapist, explosive best.

The Deep Blue Sea

Tasmina Perry (Hachette, $37.99)

With a wonderful marriage, a son, and homes in London and the country, it seems that life couldn’t be better for Diana and Julian Denver. So when Julian is found dead and it’s said to be suicide, Diana’s world is shaken to its core. Unable to accept that her husband took his own life, Diana goes to the one person who can help – her estranged sister. An ex-journalist, Rachel is living a seemingly idyllic life on a Thai island, but agrees to uncover the truth. Filled with suspense, secrets and passion, this is Tasmina Perry at her escapist, explosive best.

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