Swimming at Night by Lucy Clarke

JacketMia’s body is found at the bottom of a Bali cliff.  Police have ruled it a suicide, but her sister Katie refuses to believe it.  With Mia’s journal, Katie traces her footsteps leading up to that fateful day, and uncovers hard truths, painful memories and the unbreakable bond between sisters.  Debut novel.

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