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The Woman in Cabin 10

The Woman in Cabin 10

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Rating: 4 out of 5 stars4/5 (677 ratings)
Length: 404 pages6 hours

Editor's Note

Modern classic whodunit…
The intensely intimate setting (a luxury cruise ship) ratchets up the fear and paranoia when things go awry. It’s impossible to escape the allure of this modern twist on classic Agatha Christie murder mysteries.

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This jarring and stressful story about Lo Blacklock, a journalist who writes for a travel magazine, will faintly remind readers Agatha Christie’s works. Blacklock has received the assignment of her career, a weeklong luxury cruise with only a handful of cabins on board. She couldn’t be more ecstatic, and is looking forward to this vacation she can call work.

When the ship sets out, the sky is clear, the waters perfect, and handful of high class, specially selected guests are jovial and looking forward to enjoying a voyage in the picturesque North Sea. From the start, Lo’s stay, and work, is nothing short of amazing. Her cabin is spacious and comfortable, the dinner engagements are dashing, and all her fellow guests are entertaining.

This peaceful setting drastically changes when, one night during a storm, Lo is certain she sees a woman thrown overboard by a wave. But when she tries to convince the crew to search for her, they find that all passenger are accounted for.
Who, or what, went overboard? Or would it be better to ask who, or what, is still on board?

Filled with twists, turns, and a claustrophobic setting ,Ruth Ware paints a compelling and haunting story that will stay with you for a long time to come.
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The Woman in Cabin 10

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Start Reading

Book Information

The Woman in Cabin 10

Ratings:
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars4/5 (677 ratings)
Length: 404 pages6 hours

Editor's Note

Modern classic whodunit…
The intensely intimate setting (a luxury cruise ship) ratchets up the fear and paranoia when things go awry. It’s impossible to escape the allure of this modern twist on classic Agatha Christie murder mysteries.

Description

This jarring and stressful story about Lo Blacklock, a journalist who writes for a travel magazine, will faintly remind readers Agatha Christie’s works. Blacklock has received the assignment of her career, a weeklong luxury cruise with only a handful of cabins on board. She couldn’t be more ecstatic, and is looking forward to this vacation she can call work.

When the ship sets out, the sky is clear, the waters perfect, and handful of high class, specially selected guests are jovial and looking forward to enjoying a voyage in the picturesque North Sea. From the start, Lo’s stay, and work, is nothing short of amazing. Her cabin is spacious and comfortable, the dinner engagements are dashing, and all her fellow guests are entertaining.

This peaceful setting drastically changes when, one night during a storm, Lo is certain she sees a woman thrown overboard by a wave. But when she tries to convince the crew to search for her, they find that all passenger are accounted for.
Who, or what, went overboard? Or would it be better to ask who, or what, is still on board?

Filled with twists, turns, and a claustrophobic setting ,Ruth Ware paints a compelling and haunting story that will stay with you for a long time to come.
Read More