A Breath After Drowning

A Breath After Drowning

The stunning new psychological thriller from the award-winning author of Darkness Peering and The Breathtaker. Child psychiatrist Kate Wolfe's world comes crashing down when one of her young patients commits suicide, so when a troubled girl is left at the hospital ward, she doubts her ability to help. But the girl knows things about Kate's past, things she shouldn't know, f The stunning new psychological thriller from the award-winning author of Darkness Peering and The Breathtaker. Chi...

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Title:A Breath After Drowning
Author:Alice Blanchard
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Genres:Suspense
ISBN:B07465WLD6
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition

A Breath After Drowning Reviews

  • Molly
    Apr 03, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

    Dr Kate Wolfe became a psychiatrist because her mother had mental illness and committed suicide when Kate was a teenager. Kate's teenage years are further filled with tragedy as her younger sister was murdered. Kate has tried to work through her issues but she remains wracked with guil...

    A Breath After Drowning Wow, what a wild and chaotic ride. Tons of twists and turns in this psychological thriller. At some points sad, scary, happy, and confusing but always entertaining. ...

    I read an ARC of this book. It was enjoyable and kept me guessing until the end. ...

    When one of psychiatrist Kate Wolfe's patients commits suicide, she finds herself struggling to stay afloat. A disturbed teen, Maddie Ward, is left at her hospital - and Maddie knows more about Kate than she should. In fact, Maddie's mother, Nellie, was the key witness in the murder ca...

  • Doreen
    Apr 04, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

    Dr Kate Wolfe became a psychiatrist because her mother had mental illness and committed suicide when Kate was a teenager. Kate's teenage years are further filled with tragedy as her younger sister was murdered. Kate has tried to work through her issues but she remains wracked with guil...

    A Breath After Drowning Wow, what a wild and chaotic ride. Tons of twists and turns in this psychological thriller. At some points sad, scary, happy, and confusing but always entertaining. ...

    I read an ARC of this book. It was enjoyable and kept me guessing until the end. ...

    When one of psychiatrist Kate Wolfe's patients commits suicide, she finds herself struggling to stay afloat. A disturbed teen, Maddie Ward, is left at her hospital - and Maddie knows more about Kate than she should. In fact, Maddie's mother, Nellie, was the key witness in the murder ca...

    I received a finished copy from Penguin Random House in exchange for an honest review - Thank you Penguin! I have always been a fan of a good murder mystery (I am a die-hard fan of Agatha Christie's books), as well as psychological thrillers. Lately, all I want to read is thrillers!...

    4/5/18 Full review tk. 4/10/18 Kate Wolf is a psychiatrist specializing in at-risk adolescents. She has a great boyfriend whom she loves almost as much as she loves her job, but her family history has made it so she has massive intimacy issues. Her father is a family physician and s...

  • Luanne Ollivier
    Apr 26, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

  • Kelly Long
    Apr 01, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

    Dr Kate Wolfe became a psychiatrist because her mother had mental illness and committed suicide when Kate was a teenager. Kate's teenage years are further filled with tragedy as her younger sister was murdered. Kate has tried to work through her issues but she remains wracked with guil...

    A Breath After Drowning Wow, what a wild and chaotic ride. Tons of twists and turns in this psychological thriller. At some points sad, scary, happy, and confusing but always entertaining. ...

    I read an ARC of this book. It was enjoyable and kept me guessing until the end. ...

  • Kim
    Apr 29, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

  • Krista Abrao
    Apr 13, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

    Dr Kate Wolfe became a psychiatrist because her mother had mental illness and committed suicide when Kate was a teenager. Kate's teenage years are further filled with tragedy as her younger sister was murdered. Kate has tried to work through her issues but she remains wracked with guil...

    A Breath After Drowning Wow, what a wild and chaotic ride. Tons of twists and turns in this psychological thriller. At some points sad, scary, happy, and confusing but always entertaining. ...

    I read an ARC of this book. It was enjoyable and kept me guessing until the end. ...

    When one of psychiatrist Kate Wolfe's patients commits suicide, she finds herself struggling to stay afloat. A disturbed teen, Maddie Ward, is left at her hospital - and Maddie knows more about Kate than she should. In fact, Maddie's mother, Nellie, was the key witness in the murder ca...

    I received a finished copy from Penguin Random House in exchange for an honest review - Thank you Penguin! I have always been a fan of a good murder mystery (I am a die-hard fan of Agatha Christie's books), as well as psychological thrillers. Lately, all I want to read is thrillers!...

    4/5/18 Full review tk. 4/10/18 Kate Wolf is a psychiatrist specializing in at-risk adolescents. She has a great boyfriend whom she loves almost as much as she loves her job, but her family history has made it so she has massive intimacy issues. Her father is a family physician and s...

    I often see psychological thrillers described as 'gripping' or 'riveting' but it is not often that I actually completely agree that that is what they actually are! In A Breath after Drowning, we have a masterclass in thriller writing, where the tension ratchets up with each chapter an...

    Check out my full review over on my blog here I have been loving thrillers recently and this one definitely tops as one of my favourites. The story centres on Kate, a child psychiatrist who doubts her ability to help a new patient after one of her other patient?s commits suic...

    This is a scary suspenseful thriller about a psychiatrist trying to deal with her family's notorious past. We learn about her, her murdered sister, her mother who committed suicide and more. She is trying to help girls in a psychiatric hospital in her job. One case brings her close t...

    Thank you so much to the author for allowing me the opportunity to read and review this book through a Giveaway. I was excited to start this book because of how interesting it sounded. I quickly dove in and I was hooked! Every twist and turn kept me guessing up until the very end. I al...

  • Laurie • The Baking Bookworm
    May 08, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

  • Kate
    Apr 17, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

  • Linda
    Mar 10, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

  • Kate~Bibliophile Book Club
    Mar 26, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

  • Laura
    Apr 16, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

  • Amanda
    Apr 19, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

  • Joey Rushing
    Apr 23, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

  • Amy
    Apr 13, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Feb 06, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

  • Michaela (Mickey Reads)
    May 05, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

    Dr Kate Wolfe became a psychiatrist because her mother had mental illness and committed suicide when Kate was a teenager. Kate's teenage years are further filled with tragedy as her younger sister was murdered. Kate has tried to work through her issues but she remains wracked with guil...

    A Breath After Drowning Wow, what a wild and chaotic ride. Tons of twists and turns in this psychological thriller. At some points sad, scary, happy, and confusing but always entertaining. ...

    I read an ARC of this book. It was enjoyable and kept me guessing until the end. ...

    When one of psychiatrist Kate Wolfe's patients commits suicide, she finds herself struggling to stay afloat. A disturbed teen, Maddie Ward, is left at her hospital - and Maddie knows more about Kate than she should. In fact, Maddie's mother, Nellie, was the key witness in the murder ca...

    I received a finished copy from Penguin Random House in exchange for an honest review - Thank you Penguin! I have always been a fan of a good murder mystery (I am a die-hard fan of Agatha Christie's books), as well as psychological thrillers. Lately, all I want to read is thrillers!...

  • Richard Becker
    Apr 17, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

    Dr Kate Wolfe became a psychiatrist because her mother had mental illness and committed suicide when Kate was a teenager. Kate's teenage years are further filled with tragedy as her younger sister was murdered. Kate has tried to work through her issues but she remains wracked with guil...

    A Breath After Drowning Wow, what a wild and chaotic ride. Tons of twists and turns in this psychological thriller. At some points sad, scary, happy, and confusing but always entertaining. ...

    I read an ARC of this book. It was enjoyable and kept me guessing until the end. ...

    When one of psychiatrist Kate Wolfe's patients commits suicide, she finds herself struggling to stay afloat. A disturbed teen, Maddie Ward, is left at her hospital - and Maddie knows more about Kate than she should. In fact, Maddie's mother, Nellie, was the key witness in the murder ca...

    I received a finished copy from Penguin Random House in exchange for an honest review - Thank you Penguin! I have always been a fan of a good murder mystery (I am a die-hard fan of Agatha Christie's books), as well as psychological thrillers. Lately, all I want to read is thrillers!...

    4/5/18 Full review tk. 4/10/18 Kate Wolf is a psychiatrist specializing in at-risk adolescents. She has a great boyfriend whom she loves almost as much as she loves her job, but her family history has made it so she has massive intimacy issues. Her father is a family physician and s...

    I often see psychological thrillers described as 'gripping' or 'riveting' but it is not often that I actually completely agree that that is what they actually are! In A Breath after Drowning, we have a masterclass in thriller writing, where the tension ratchets up with each chapter an...

    Check out my full review over on my blog here I have been loving thrillers recently and this one definitely tops as one of my favourites. The story centres on Kate, a child psychiatrist who doubts her ability to help a new patient after one of her other patient?s commits suic...

    This is a scary suspenseful thriller about a psychiatrist trying to deal with her family's notorious past. We learn about her, her murdered sister, her mother who committed suicide and more. She is trying to help girls in a psychiatric hospital in her job. One case brings her close t...

  • Suze Lavender
    Apr 17, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

  • Liz
    May 06, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

  • Sherri Thacker
    May 05, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

  • Jessica Johnston
    May 06, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

    Dr Kate Wolfe became a psychiatrist because her mother had mental illness and committed suicide when Kate was a teenager. Kate's teenage years are further filled with tragedy as her younger sister was murdered. Kate has tried to work through her issues but she remains wracked with guil...

    A Breath After Drowning Wow, what a wild and chaotic ride. Tons of twists and turns in this psychological thriller. At some points sad, scary, happy, and confusing but always entertaining. ...

  • Jacob Collins
    Apr 25, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

  • Linda Hill
    May 13, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

  • Donna
    May 20, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

    Dr Kate Wolfe became a psychiatrist because her mother had mental illness and committed suicide when Kate was a teenager. Kate's teenage years are further filled with tragedy as her younger sister was murdered. Kate has tried to work through her issues but she remains wracked with guil...

  • Amy
    Apr 26, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

  • Marianne
    May 12, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

    Dr Kate Wolfe became a psychiatrist because her mother had mental illness and committed suicide when Kate was a teenager. Kate's teenage years are further filled with tragedy as her younger sister was murdered. Kate has tried to work through her issues but she remains wracked with guil...

    A Breath After Drowning Wow, what a wild and chaotic ride. Tons of twists and turns in this psychological thriller. At some points sad, scary, happy, and confusing but always entertaining. ...

    I read an ARC of this book. It was enjoyable and kept me guessing until the end. ...

    When one of psychiatrist Kate Wolfe's patients commits suicide, she finds herself struggling to stay afloat. A disturbed teen, Maddie Ward, is left at her hospital - and Maddie knows more about Kate than she should. In fact, Maddie's mother, Nellie, was the key witness in the murder ca...

    I received a finished copy from Penguin Random House in exchange for an honest review - Thank you Penguin! I have always been a fan of a good murder mystery (I am a die-hard fan of Agatha Christie's books), as well as psychological thrillers. Lately, all I want to read is thrillers!...

    4/5/18 Full review tk. 4/10/18 Kate Wolf is a psychiatrist specializing in at-risk adolescents. She has a great boyfriend whom she loves almost as much as she loves her job, but her family history has made it so she has massive intimacy issues. Her father is a family physician and s...

    I often see psychological thrillers described as 'gripping' or 'riveting' but it is not often that I actually completely agree that that is what they actually are! In A Breath after Drowning, we have a masterclass in thriller writing, where the tension ratchets up with each chapter an...

  • Stephanie (earlgreyreads)
    May 23, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

  • Heather-Amie
    Apr 19, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...

    You know that feeling of excitement when something big is about to happen? I felt that way throughout this whole novel! Kate, an award-winning child psychiatrist suffered both her mother's suicide, and the murder of her younger sister Savannah at a young age. When one of her current...

    Dr Kate Wolfe became a psychiatrist because her mother had mental illness and committed suicide when Kate was a teenager. Kate's teenage years are further filled with tragedy as her younger sister was murdered. Kate has tried to work through her issues but she remains wracked with guil...

    A Breath After Drowning Wow, what a wild and chaotic ride. Tons of twists and turns in this psychological thriller. At some points sad, scary, happy, and confusing but always entertaining. ...

    I read an ARC of this book. It was enjoyable and kept me guessing until the end. ...

    When one of psychiatrist Kate Wolfe's patients commits suicide, she finds herself struggling to stay afloat. A disturbed teen, Maddie Ward, is left at her hospital - and Maddie knows more about Kate than she should. In fact, Maddie's mother, Nellie, was the key witness in the murder ca...

    I received a finished copy from Penguin Random House in exchange for an honest review - Thank you Penguin! I have always been a fan of a good murder mystery (I am a die-hard fan of Agatha Christie's books), as well as psychological thrillers. Lately, all I want to read is thrillers!...

    4/5/18 Full review tk. 4/10/18 Kate Wolf is a psychiatrist specializing in at-risk adolescents. She has a great boyfriend whom she loves almost as much as she loves her job, but her family history has made it so she has massive intimacy issues. Her father is a family physician and s...

    I often see psychological thrillers described as 'gripping' or 'riveting' but it is not often that I actually completely agree that that is what they actually are! In A Breath after Drowning, we have a masterclass in thriller writing, where the tension ratchets up with each chapter an...

    Check out my full review over on my blog here I have been loving thrillers recently and this one definitely tops as one of my favourites. The story centres on Kate, a child psychiatrist who doubts her ability to help a new patient after one of her other patient?s commits suic...

  • Janel
    Apr 02, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

  • BOOKLOVER10
    Apr 28, 2018

    Truth, welcomed or not, eventually makes its way to the surface....... Dr. Kate Wolf, a psychiatrist at a Boston hospital, meets with her young female patient, Nikki. Nikki seems to steer the conversation into an interrogation of Dr. Wolf with questions about her personal life. Nikk...

    It?s no secret that I love psychological thrillers, they?re one of my favorite sub genres and reading one that brings something new to the table is cause for celebration. This is told solely from Kate?s perspective and is laid out in a standard, linear manner with just one timeli...

    Brilliantly addictive, beautifully written psychological drama here from Alice Blanchard. Twisty as you like with some excellent characters and emotive themes. Full review on blog tour for publication but definitely Highly Recommended. ...

    4.5 stars - The blurb for this novel is intriguing, but let me tell you, this novel is so much better than the blurb would have you believe. A Breath After Drowning is a slow burner ? the mystery doesn?t fully take centre stage until the second half of the novel, but there are elem...

    A Breath After Drowning is one of those books that gets its hooks into you quite early on, but you don?t realize it until you try to put it down. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters when I wasn?t reading it, which is always a sign of a good book for me. Ch...

    Wow! This book had me from the first page and I could not put it down. 440 pages of action packed suspense. Definitely a psychological thriller till the bitter end. So much mental illness in 1 book!!! Lots of characters to keep track of and by the middle of the book I found myself gett...

    Really superb and not at all what I was expecting from the blurb. There is much more to this than psychological thrills. There's real depth to the story and characterisation and it is beautifully written. It's extremely hard to put down. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    I have to be honest and say that I hadn?t heard of Alice Blanchard before and I hadn?t read either of her previous books. If there?s one thing that I like it?s discovering a new author and discovering that they have other books for me to catch up on. The synopsis of this book a...

    This is a brilliantly written psychological thriller!! I was sucked right into this book from page one! WOW! This book rattles you and hits you at your core. Just when you ?think? you know what happened....guess again!!! A huge twist at the end I did NOT see coming!!! A Breath Af...

    2 Stars. After reading several good reviews of Alice Blanchard?s books and discovering she had won several book awards, I decided to give her most recent book a try. ?A Breath After Drowning? is told from the perspective of Dr. Kate Wolfe who is a child psychiatrist whose sister ...

    Kate Wolfe has a tragic past. Her mother committed suicide when Kate and her little sister Savannah, were still children. Six years later Savannah is horribly murdered. The Wolfe?s next-door neighbour Henry Blackwood is convicted of the crime and is placed on death row. Kate, now a p...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com Tense, engaging and intriguing, A Breath After Drowning captured my interest from the very first page. It starts out very focused on the characters, who I really liked (allowing me to become more invested in Kate and her life). Though it jumps ba...

    Kate works as a psychiatrist. She knows what the people she treats are going through. Kate's mother committed suicide and her sister Savannah was murdered. Kate feels guilty because she didn't protect Savannah when her sister needed her the most. A man was convicted for the murder and ...

    I enjoy good psychological thrillers and if there's a bit of supernatural thrown in I won't mind. The synopsis had a line that a kid knows details she should not and that's what hooked me in.Let me befrank readers,there's no supernatural elements,when you read it you will come to reali...

    Kate Wolfe?s life is about to be turned upside down when everything she thought she knew about her family?s past is brought into question. Before I begin my review proper, I?m going to get one small grouch out of the way. As with many American based books, there are several re...

    3.5 STARS - A Breath After Drowning is a psychological thriller that kept me guessing and made for an enjoyable weekend read. The first part of the book is character driven as Blanchard guides her readers through Kate's past, her current job as a psychiatrist and her personal life. As ...

    A Breath After Drowning is the third book from author Alice Blanchard. Kate Wolfe is a child psychiatrist. A teenager is dropped off by her mother at the hospital Kate works at. During her inteviews, the girl reveals that she knows unsettling details of Kate's personal life - notabl...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... A Breath After Drowning is a well-researched and a well-plotted psychological thriller. The subject line is often dark, emotive and intense but the plot is compelling and I really enjoyed getting to know Kat...

    Thirty-two year old Kate Wolfe is a psychiatrist with serious emotional issues. Sixteen years earlier, an unidentified perpetrator abducted and murdered Savannah, Kate's twelve-year-old sister. Kate will never forgive herself for leaving Savannah unattended; the guilt still gnaws at he...