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Aug 31, 2019

What if you had a husband and wife who each suspected the other of murder?

That simple plot idea into Drowning With Others, the second novel from the writing team of Linda Hull and Keir Graff, officially launching on October 1.

Drowning with Others is focused on the lives of prep school sweethearts Ian and Andi Copeland, now all grown up with successful businesses, a beautiful house in St. Louis, and a daughter who is following in their footsteps by attending prestigious Glenlake Academy.

Linda Joffe Hull Linda writes in different genres with a focus on the hidden dangers of suburban life. Her debut novel, The Big Bang, was published by Tyrus Books in 2013. She is also the author of romantic comedies Frog Kisses and Over the Moon and the Mrs. Frugalicious Mystery Series, which includes Eternally 21, Black Thursday, and Sweetheart Deal.

Keir Graff is the author of three middle-grade novels, including the The Phantom Tower, a fantasy/adventure that was named one of the Best Children’s Books of 2018 by the Chicago Tribune. His previous book, The Matchstick Castle, was an official Illinois Reads 2018 selection.

Keir was also co-editor of the crime-fiction anthology Montana Noir, one of Parade‘s “Books We Love.”

Linda's website

Keir's website

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