Swimming at night in the press

“A tender and intricate meditation on sisterhood and family, Swimming at Night is an accomplished debut. With a deft hand, Lucy Clarke weaves a deep and compelling story that is as much about what binds us together as it is about what tears us apart. Perfectly capturing the impossibly complicated love of siblings, this is a rich and moving story that lingers long after the book is closed.” ˜ LISA UNGER, author of Heartbroken and Beautiful Lies
“Swimming at Night reaches deep, exploring sibling relationships, love, friendship, identity, and the willingness to put it all on the line in order to learn the truth. I loved my own journey with these two sisters and the haunting landscape of their travels!” ˜ ELLEN SUSSMAN, author of French Lessons and The Paradise Guest House
“I could not put down Lucy Clarke’s engaging debut, Swimming at Night. As Katie searched for the truth about her sister’s death, I savored being an armchair traveler to seaside locales around the world.” ˜ AMANDA EYRE WARD, author of Close Your Eyes and How to Be Lost
“In the same vein as Rosamund Lupton’s Sister, Clarke takes the reader on an exciting and mysterious trail. . . . [She] does a nice job of creating characters who make us care about them and situations that are exciting and believable. A great read for fans of smart contemporary women’s fiction as well as thriller and mystery readers.” ˜ Starred review in LIBRARY JOURNAL
“This book. THIS BOOK. Could not have made me happier. It made me laugh, cry, want to travel to these places, want to have a sister.” ˜ Great Imaginations