The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club: Part Two: Undertow
By Katie May
THE WHITSTABLE HIGH TIDE SWIMMING CLUB is a heartwarming serialized novel in three parts. For readers of Jill Mansell, Cathy Bramley, Lucy Diamond and Carole Matthews
It's a brand new start all over again for Deb as she finds herself at the centre of attention after planning a protest to save West Beach. What lies in store for The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club?
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THE WHITSTABLE HIGH TIDE SWIMMING CLUB is a serialized novel told in three parts - taking you through a year in the life of Deb (ageing bikini, sunglasses) and Maisie (black wetsuit, swimming shoes, goggles) and the other high tide swimmers. This is Part Two.
Deb has finally cut her feckless husband loose, but in many other ways her life is spiralling out of control. With no home, no money, and a chaotic love life, she finds an unusual way to keep both body and soul together.
She's not even sure of her friendship with Maisie anymore. But there's still something that bonds the two women together: their determination to stop anyone building on their beloved West Beach. And yet, as they begin to mount their protest, they find themselves threatened and ridiculed, and must fall back on every ounce of their resourcefulness to keep going.
What would they do without the High Tide Swimming Club, whose intrigues, dramas and escapades keep them afloat in troubled waters?
A heart-warming, funny and poignant story of romance, friendship, new beginnings and second chances.
Each part of THE WHITSTABLE HIGH TIDE SWIMMING CLUB is approx. 10 chapters
Praise for The Whistable High Tide Swimming Club:
'Warm, wise and funny' Rachael Lucas.
Katie May is better known as Betty Herbert, author of the award-winning blog and memoir, THE 52 SEDUCTIONS (Headline UK and 8 other languages). She has also published fiction in her own name: BURNING OUT (Snowbooks, 2009) and GHOSTS & THEIR USESS (Urban Fox, 2007). She has written for The Times, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Glamour and Aeon, amongst others.
She began her literary career as a resident writer for Tate Britain' s education programme, and is currently Programme Director for Creative Writing at Canterbury Christ Church University. In her spare time, she cooks, mixes demon cocktails and walks a great deal. She lives in Whitstable with her husband and son.
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09 Nov 2017
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