The forerunner to Eden, previously published as Paradise, this is being rereleased today in paperback and ebook.
Undertow began on a blistering August day on the cliffs above Loe Bar in Cornwall, notorious for its riptides and dangerous currents. But as summer turned to bleak midwinter, and I watched a friend dragged down by the weight of depression, the book took a darker turn too. It was published a few years ago as Paradise, but it’s being rereleased today with its original title, and a new cover.
“We all have secrets… Monstrous things: skeletons locked in cupboards… Waiting to be found. Or to find us.”
Billie is desperate to find the father she’s never met. But moving back to her mother’s childhood home after Billie’s grandfather dies dredges up secrets – and Billie soon discovers that people may die, but the past lives forever. And some secrets are best left alone.
We all have secrets.
Like not liking your best friend that much. But you…
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