Summary

It's summer when Elm Hill lido opens, having stood empty for years. For Natalie Steele, it offers freedom and leads her to Lara Channing, a charismatic former actress who seems all too happy to invite Natalie into her elite circle.
Soon Natalie is spending long days at the pool, basking in popularity. But is it too good to be true? Why are dark memories of a summer long ago now threatening to surface? Could Natalie have been swept dangerously out of her depth?
©2016 Louise Candlish (P)2016 Recorded Books Inc
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Critic reviews

"Exquisitely written and addictively dark, The Swimming Pool is sheer perfection." (Clare Mackintosh, author of I Let You Go)
"Gripping from start to finish, it wrapped itself around me and swept me along in its wake. I loved it and simply did not want it to end." (Rosanna Ley)
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4 out of 5 stars
By Peaches McStabby on 04-08-16

Good enough

This was a good enough story to keep me entertained on my holiday. At first I was irritated because it read like some kind of cautionary tale for wives and mothers on the perils of daring to occasionally put yourself first or disobey your husband. I found Ed to be a joyless twit and a passive aggressive bully. Natalie is a wet blanket constantly questioning herself and feeling guilty and this is all very frustrating. Also the story was a bit slow sometimes. However I'm glad I kept going because the final chapter was a joy.

The narrator was lovely. She has a lisp which I quite enjoyed. Sometimes her emphasis was a bit wrong but it didn't bother me much.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Gemma Tate on 09-08-16

Loved it

I Just loved it! A nicely Different take on the genre, the characters were very compelling :) it kept me guessing till the very end.

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