Swimming Lessons By: Claire Fuller

This was an enjoyable contemporary fiction book that kept my interest from start to finish. The narrative switched between the past where the main character, Ingrid writes letters to her then husband Gil, and the present where Ingrid and Gil's now grown children are still grappling with their mother's disappearance years earlier and now dealing with their father's rapid decline of his health.

I received a galley of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Rachel Beyer

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