Something in the Water is a novel by Catherine Steadman. The story revolves around Erin, a woman who finds out her husband has been cheating on her with another woman. While trying to come to terms with this betrayal, she learns that her husband was not the only one involved in the affair; his mistress was also having an affair with Erin’s brother-in-law. As if things could not get any worse, Erin starts experiencing terrifying hallucinations that may be related to something sinister happening in the water near her home. This suspenseful thriller will keep readers hooked until the very end as they try to unravel what is really going on and figure out what secrets everyone is hiding.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for readers who love mystery, thriller and suspense novels. Those who are looking for a page-turning read with plenty of twists and surprises will enjoy this title.
- The suspenseful story will keep readers hooked
- The plot is twisty and unpredictable
- The characters are well developed
- The book may be too suspenseful for some readers, who may find it hard to follow or keep track of all the characters and their complicated relationships.
- The ending may not be satisfying enough for some people.
- Some parts of the plot could have been developed further.
Learn more about the author
Catherine Steadman is an actress and writer. Her first novel, Something in the Water, was published in 2018.
“The suspense never lets up in this psychological thriller about a woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her–and then realizes he’s not the only one. With elements of both mystery and horror, Something in the Water will keep readers guessing until the very end.”
“This well-paced and suspenseful novel had me hooked from the beginning. The characters are believable and relatable, making the reader feel like they are right there in the thick of things. I thoroughly enjoyed this read and would definitely recommend it to fans of mystery thrillers.”
“The story is brilliantly written and the suspense never lets up. Catherine Steadman does a fantastic job of creating believable, complex characters that the reader can’t help but invest in.”
“Steadman’s taut, twisted thriller had me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. A nail-biting, sinister read that will have you looking over your shoulder!”