The Body Below

Daniel Hecht

08-29-23

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08-29-23

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Fiction/Thrillers

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The latest novel from bestselling author Daniel Hecht, The Body Below is a thrilling mystery about family, responsibility, and consequences.

Conn Whitman’s life has taken on a pleasant rhythm, one that has been hard won after finally getting sober and putting in his time as a journalist at the local paper. One of the things that keeps him sane is long solo swims in the mountain lakes around his home—until he encounters something below the surface that chills him to the bone.

Things get more complicated when the missing persons case Conn has been following at work turns personal—the woman who vanished turns out to be his estranged sister. With two nieces caught in the middle, and Connor himself walking the edge between suspect and next of kin, discovering the truth about what really happened—and what he found beneath the lake—seems like an impossible task.

Perfect for fans of In the Woods by Tana French and The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley, The Body Below takes the reader on an uneasy quest for the nature of truth and who gets to tell it.

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Release Date August 29, 2023
Language English
Release Date Machine 1693267200
Author Bio
Daniel Hecht

Daniel Hecht is the author of six prior novels published in fourteen languages and one hundred editions throughout the world, including bestsellers in the United States, England, Holland, and Israel. His novels include Skull Session, The Babel Effect, Puppets, City of Masks, Land of Echoes, and Bones of the Barbary Coast. He lives in Vermont, where he teaches writing and works on behalf of environmental causes.

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The latest novel from bestselling author Daniel Hecht, The Body Below is a thrilling mystery about family, responsibility, and consequences.

Conn Whitman’s life has taken on a pleasant rhythm, one that has been hard won after finally getting sober and putting in his time as a journalist at the local paper. One of the things that keeps him sane is long solo swims in the mountain lakes around his home—until he encounters something below the surface that chills him to the bone.

Things get more complicated when the missing persons case Conn has been following at work turns personal—the woman who vanished turns out to be his estranged sister. With two nieces caught in the middle, and Connor himself walking the edge between suspect and next of kin, discovering the truth about what really happened—and what he found beneath the lake—seems like an impossible task.

Perfect for fans of In the Woods by Tana French and The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley, The Body Below takes the reader on an uneasy quest for the nature of truth and who gets to tell it.