Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama #1)

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  • Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama #1)
  • Debbie Herbert
  • 14 August 2017

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Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama #1) From USA Today bestselling author Debbie Herbert comes a thrilling story of murder and madness set in the darkest corner of Alabama Everyone thinks fourteen year old Violet is a murderer After a summer night swim with her best friend, Ainsley, Violet is found confused, wandering in the forest and Ainsley s never seen again But without a body, murder charges won t stick, so Violet is sent away.After than a decade in a psychiatric ward, Violet returns to her broken down hometown of Normal, Alabama, to claim her dead mother s inheritance and help her overworked sister care for their unstable, alcoholic father Violet, still haunted by that night eleven years ago, endures horrific flashbacks and twisted hallucinations while townsfolk spit accusations and for all she knows, they re right.As the summer heats up, details of Ainsley s fate appear like a beast s wild eyes, watching in the darkness, and grim revelations about Violet s family threaten to devour her Already on the edge of madness, Violet must fight to keep her sanity long enough for the terrible truth to burst from the cold, dark waters. Free Download Kindle ePUB Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama #1) By Debbie Herbert – lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama #1)

  1. Mackey says:

    Wow To say that I like Southern Noir is an understatement and when it done well, it knocks my socks off Cold Waters, myFirst Reads selection for March knocked it out of the park and into the parking lot beyond This is one amazing chilling, twisty, dark book When Violet was 14 years old, tragedy struck in the town of Normal, Alabama and the town blamed Violet for its loss A young girl vanished without a trace, the last person to see her was Violet, who was found wandering in the fores Wow To say that I like Southern Noir is an understatement and when it done well, it knocks my socks off Cold Waters, myFirst Reads selection for March knocked it out of the park and into the parking lot beyond This is one amazing chilling, twisty, dark book When Violet was 14 years old, tragedy struck in the town of Normal, Alabama and the town blamed Violet for its loss A young girl vanished without a trace, the last person to see her was Violet, who was found wandering in the forest where the two often explored and went skinny dipping in the murky lake that ran through town After being declared psychologically unwell, in a fugue state, Violet was sent to the state mental hospital Now she has returned to Normal, inways than one, to claim her meager inheritance left to her by her mother, and to help her sis...

  2. Suze says:

    Cold waters hold secretsThis was my First Read choice for April, I love psychological suspense books so this was a no brainer The story goes back and forth between the disappearance of Ainsley and the present day Violet has no memory of what happened and it has wrecked ...

  3. Sharon says:

    Two girls go into the woods for a midnight swim but only one stumbles out incoherent and unable to remember what happened.A decade later, a skeleton is discovered and old secrets come to light.There were many narrators in this story which might have been confusing but actually added to the insight into the characters psyche The central character earns sympathy off the top though it s unclear exactly her role in her friend s disappearance Is she guilty or was it all an accident Getting to the Two girls go into the woods for a midnight swim but only one stumbles out incoherent and unable to...

  4. PinkAmy loves books, cats and naps says:

    I have terrible luck withFirst Reads Books I didn t hate COLD WATERS as much as I have previous months choices, but I didn t like it either.Violet s friend Ainsley disappears and Violet is suspected of her murder She spends years in a psychiatric hospital and is now back in Normal, Alabama to help her awful sister care for their father who has dementia.COLD WATERS is filled with unsavory characters from liars to mean girls women to sociopaths Violet, who narrates a good portion o I have terrible luck withFirst Reads Books I didn t hate COLD WATERS as much as I have previous months choices, but I didn t like it either.Violet s friend Ainsley disappears and Violet is suspected of her murder She spends years in a psychiatric hospital and is now back in Normal, Alabama to help her awf...

  5. Amelia says:

    As I slowly learned the truth about a troubled woman, I became totally caught up in her life where questions about the past and present keep mounting I have read many of the prior books written by Debbie Herbert, and was thrilled to get her latest release She has a knack for creating original plots plus unique characters, and the first story in the Normal, Alabama series is a great example of her talent There are numerous uncertainties from the very start of COLD WATERS, and as each unknown f As I slowly learned the truth about a troubled woman, I bec...

  6. Bonnye Reed says:

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  7. Bill Williams says:

    It sdrama than mysteryMore drama llamas running through this book than bulls at Pamplona I picked this book hoping to get a sense of small town Alabama, and a good mystery in the mix instead, I knowabout the Keurig machine in the police station in an old man vs new tech trope than I do about the building itself The characters themselves are drawn straight out of central casting and never really developed past their tightly confined narratives they boarder on base stereot It sdrama than mysteryMore drama llamas running through this book than bulls at Pamplona I picked this book hoping to get a sense of small town Alabama, and a good mystery in the mix instead, I knowabout the Keurig machine in the police station in an old man vs new tech trope than I do about the building itself The characters themselves are drawn straight out of central casting and never really developed past their tightly confined narratives they boarder on base stereotypes and as far as the mystery goes, the only red herring will be found in a jar of cream sauce in Delaney s pantry The story is about Violet, as she returns home from her stint in a halfway house having been interred at a mental facility for ten years following her...

  8. Darcia Helle says:

    Debbie Herbert s writing style makes it easy to get lost in the story I felt like I was there in the small town of Normal, Alabama, along with the colorful cast of characters That being said, I found the plot too predictable and, at times, far fetched.The story opens with a bang, and I was immediately fascinated by Violet and her haunted past As we learn about the circumstances surrounding the night of Ainsley s disappearance, I thought certain details would too easily be public knowledge, or Debbie Herbert s writing style makes it easy to get lost in the story I felt like I was there in the small town of Normal, Alabama, along with the colorful cast of characters That being said, I found the plot too predictable and, at times, far fetched.The story opens with a bang, and I was immediately fascinated by Violet and her haunted past As we learn about the circumstances surrounding the night of Ainsley s disappearance, I thought certain details would too easily be public knowledge, or at least openly hinted at Secrets are rare in a small town, particularly among teenagers who love to gossip about one another I also found it strange that, after Ainsley s disappearance, the entire town immediately jumped to the conclusion that Violet had killed her Given Violet s mental state, her absence of a violent...

  9. Richard Propes says:

    Cold Waters Normal, Alabama 1 is a book that grew on me as it moved on, especially in the final third of the book as secrets start to unfold and truths start to be told If you ve ever watched a film where you didn t particularly like any of the characters, you ll likely know what it s like to read Cold Waters, though it s certainly a book where there s some redemption as all unfolds That said, I str...

  10. Judi says:

    First read of this author and really enjoyed the story.Violet Henderson was accused of killing her best friend, Ainsley Well they never found the body, but everyone in town blames Violet Violet and Ainsley were together that night that Ainsley went missing But, Violet can t remember what happened that night She is sent away to a mental hospital where she stays for over 10 years She is now coming home Her Dad has been in the care of her sister, and Violet is going back home to help her sist First read of this author and really enjoyed the story.Violet Henderson was accused of killing her best friend, Ainsley Well they never found the body, but everyone in town blames Violet Violet and Ainsley were together that night that Ainsley went missing But, Violet can t remember what happened that night She is sent away to a mental hospital where she stays for over 10 years She is now coming home Her Dad has been in the care of her sister, and Violet is going back home to help her sister and to get her inheritance that was left to her by her Mother who was killed in a car crash.Violet is g...