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'Powered by a subtle, ominous tension. I loved this book’ LEE CHILD
‘Paradise never felt so sinister’ RUTH WARE

Lies can be buried... Secrets always come to the surface

Amarante is paradise...
An uninhabited, unspoilt island somewhere in the Indian Ocean.
Only those who know it exists can find it.
 
But paradise comes with a price...
Virginie and Jake sail to Amarante for their honeymoon, but they are not alone.
They have to adjust to life on the island with five strangers.
 
And not everyone will live to tell the tale…
Dark secrets surface and their dream abruptly turns into a nightmare.
Removed from society, they find out what they’re truly capable of.

‘An incredible debut’ B A PARIS

‘Suspenseful, evocative and beautifully written, I devoured it’ L V MATTHEWS

‘That most exciting psychological thriller in which the darkest dangers lurk in a suspicious mind and a guilty heart’ A J FINN

‘Gripping and pacy... A perfect summer read’ IMRAN MAHMOOD

‘A debut thriller that unfolds with the inexorable force of a nightmare, and an object lesson in why some paradises should stay lost’ JOHN CONNOLLY

'Deep Water had me gripped. I loved the subtle, sinister sense of tension that built through the book, and the fascinating cast of characters Emma Bamford brought together on idyllic Amarante. Such an accomplished debut' BETH O'LEARY

 

About The Author

Emma Bamford, a freelance journalist, is working on an MA in prose fiction at University of East Anglia, UK. She is the author of Deep Water and the memoirs Casting Off and Untie the Lines. Find out more at EmmaBamford.com.  

Product Details

  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK (March 1, 2023)
  • Length: 400 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781398504592

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