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Diving In (The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club, #1) Meet Deb, Newly Separated From Her Feckless Husband And Struggling To Start Again On Her Own When She Begins To Swim Every Day At Reeves Beach, She Soon Gathers A Group Of New Friends Around Her Each Of Them At Their Own Crisis Point But Can Deb Escape Her Old Life, Or Will Family Ties And Personal Demons Drag Her Underwater Again THE WHITSTABLE HIGH TIDE SWIMMING CLUB Is A Serialized Novel In Three Parts Taking You Through A Year In The Life Of Deb Fraying Bikini, Sunglasses , Maisie Black Wetsuit, Swimming Shoes, Goggles And The Other High Tide Swimmers A Heart Warming, Funny And Poignant Story Of Romance, Friendship And Second Chances It S Also A Song To The Author S Home Town Of Whitstable, Where The Sea Is Smooth, The Shingle Is Painful On Bare Feet, And The Air Is Full Of Possibilities


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10 thoughts on “Diving In (The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club, #1)

  1. says:

    Brace yourself for a group of people who are happy to swim in the English sea once or twice a day when it is high tide, sometimes in the early hours of the morning As someone that recalls paddling in English seaside resorts as a child all I can say is these characters must be just slightly bonkers as the water is alway


  2. says:

    Fabulous, loved every second


  3. says:

    A light, entertaining read about a community trying to preserve their beach from development I liked the mix of slightly quirky characters and the relationships that developed between them Despite a lot of humour, this novel had a serious side too.


  4. says:

    An entertaining gentle tale of a group of strangers brought together by a love of swimming in the sea and outrage at a planning application to destroy their favourite swimming beach Fab cast of characters with hopefully lots to come as this is the first book in a series Something a bit old worldly about it a perfect read fo


  5. says:

    Very light read nothing wrong with that from time to time.Only part of the story not engaged enough by it to want to know how it continues finishes so I ll leave it there.


  6. says:

    I was ok just with first 3 chapters and then I thought, Cannot warm to the characters at all and just very mundane and ordinary so have quit the book, as i had read such a super book the Lido this really fell short..


  7. says:

    Visit the locations in the novelIsn t this just a delightful story about women who need an escape from life and who start swimming on a beach and form a swimming club Both Deb and Maisie have problems of their own, but together they form a great friendship during their time they spend on the beach Soon, people start visiting the


  8. says:

    I loved this book, bought it in Whitstable last week and thought it a fabulous read I ll give a full review soon but well done Katie.I bought this book, signed by the author, in Harbour Books in Whitstable and saved it to read when I came home It brought back a lot of memories, but I never went swimming or met these ladies Imagine t


  9. says:

    I loved this book It helped that I live close to Whitstable and could locate all of the places that Katie had written about This is a story of woman who need to get away from something bad in their lives Two of them meet Debs and Maisie both with different problems They both swim in the sea to forget about their lives and feel free Mo


  10. says:

    I absolutely adored this story and so pleased it s the start of a book series by Katie May The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club is Katie May s debut novel and what a cracking start to her published career.In Part One Diving In we follow Deb s new journey in her life after leaving her husband For nearly 30 years Deb had felt down trodd


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