Summary

It's a steamy, sultry day in a Mediterranean summer. Wealthy lawyer Terrence, his wife Cathy, their daughter Lucy, and a doctor are relaxing on the yacht that is Terence's pride and joy. Suddenly, a storm whips up from nowhere.
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"A chilling psychological thriller." ( Daily Mail)
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1 out of 5 stars
By Stewart Webb on 13-02-10

Very Boring

Yes I am afraid it is true. This is a deadly boring book, and as gripping as a baby's handshake.It is basically a German sea captain who recites a very, very long boring story (to two just as boring characters) of an accident with a child from many years ago, and how it affects his life. The so called twist does not exist as you can see it coming miles away. The only redeeming feature I can give this book is it is mercifully short at 7 hours.

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