Review: Down By The Water by Elle Connel

Book release date: 3 June 2021 (ebook); 8 July 2021 (hardback)

Book blurb: Seven friends gather at a castle in the Scottish Borders. One last weekend before Georgie’s wedding. Near the castle, through a path in the woods, is a loch. After a few drinks, they head down to the water to take photos. The loch is wild, lonely, and stunningly beautiful. They set their camera to self-timer and take some group shots. Later, looking back at the pictures, they see something impossible.

Behind them, eyes wide, a small, drenched boy emerges from the water. 

But none of them saw him, and nobody knows where he went. They’re miles from the nearest town. How did he get there? Where did he go? 

As the weekend unravels and terrible secrets come to light, it soon becomes clear that their perfect weekend is turning into a perfect nightmare. They’re desperate to leave – but someone won’t let them.

My thoughts

Published by Lisa Potter

A professional communicator who loves reading for leisure and learning.

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