But I never killed anyone—and so far as I know, neither did any of my friends.
High school sweethearts Andi and Ian Copeland made plenty of memories at the elite Glenlake Academy twenty years ago. Ian was a popular kid, and Andi was a budding writer whose famous father pulled strings to get her into the lauded writing program on campus. Sure, they broke up for a bit during their senior year, but that happens in a lot of young relationships. Temptation, passion, jealousy, possessiveness, and impulsiveness—their emotions ran the gamut, but Andi and Ian’s high school drama didn’t turn murderous. Right?
The dead body at the bottom of the lake may prove otherwise.
Drowning with Others revisits the sunny, golden recollections of prep school youth and casts some sinister shadows. The whirling suspicions and shifting theories are riveting as Andi and Ian reexamine their formative years—and reassess the person they married.
- Alison Dasho, Editor