* 1/2 The Drowning House by Elizabeth Black

In The Drowning House, a bereaved mother returns to her childhood home on Galveston Island and uncovers family secrets along with historical intrigue. I thought that the book read more like a travelogue about the island than a character-centric story and the heroine’s grief was drowned under the minutia of the setting.

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