On these hot days of summer, you may think it’s safe to cool off in the water. But you may want to reconsider that swimming trip. From wild rivers to the terrors of the deep, these novels are some of the most spine-tingling stories and heart-pounding thrillers to take place on the water. So take the plunge and enjoy these reminders of why sometimes it’s better to stay on land.
A chilling and suspenseful thriller, THE TERROR follows a group of men on an expedition to find the Northwest Passage. But fear, desperation, and a growing dread that there is something dangerous stalking them in the snow haunts them throughout. . . . Page Count: 784
Based loosely on the Chappaquiddick incident that involved longtime U. S. Senator Ted Kennedy, this haunting, lyrical novella is told in flashbacks as a young woman slowly drowns after the car she is in—driven drunkenly by an unnamed senator—crashes into a deep marsh.