Bea Davenport

In Too Deep

… The window’s so small I can’t see what happens next. But what I do know is that Kim is dead. And I know this, too — that I helped to kill her. Kim, my lovely, only, best friend.

Five years ago Maura fled life in Dowerby and took on a new identity, desperately trying to piece her life back together and escape the dark clouds that plagued her past. But then a reporter tracks her down, and persuades her to tell her story, putting her own life in danger once again.

Layer upon layer of violence and deceit make up the full picture for Maura to see and the reporter to reveal. Hidden secrets are uncovered that have been left to settle, for far too long. But in life some things can’t be left unsaid, and eventually the truth will out. Whatever the consequences.
266 printed pages
Original publication
2013
Publication year
2013
Publisher
Legend Press
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  • Honey Kaineshared an impression8 years ago
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    This was a very interesting book . It's truly said what happened to Kim but it's nice to know that Maura was the only real friend she had . I wish Maura would have done more to save Kim's life but then it wouldn't be as good of a story lol .

  • Aparna Patibandlashared an impression7 years ago
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Quotes

  • b1022551564has quoted2 years ago
    At what stage are you having an affair?” said the presenter. “Is it when you first make love? When you first kiss?”
    “I would say,” answered Sandra, who was a good woman, by the sound of her. “I would say it’s when you first ever deceive your partner. It’s when you first go for lunch with someone else, without mentioning it to your wife. It’s when you first have those long, intimate phone calls. You don’t have to kiss at all. Your affair starts with your first little deception, your first little omission.”
  • Svetlana Voroninahas quoted6 years ago
    I use Sundays to catch up with my sleep.”
  • Svetlana Voroninahas quoted6 years ago
    But I guess he wouldn’t be so keen to entertain me if I looked like the back of a bus, would he?”

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