Drowning Ruth by Christina Schwarz was my fifth book of the year. I actually read this one pretty quickly.
It’s a story about the strong bond between two sisters, Mathilda and Amanda, and how everything changes when one of them dies unexpectedly leaving the other mentally unstable and overwhelmed with keeping too many secrets. It was a well written story and I liked all the twists and turns of the plot. I found myself picking up the book often because I wanted to see what would happen next and how it would all end.
It wasn’t one of those books where when it’s over your sad to leave the characters behind, but it was good. I would recommend it and plan on loaning it to my mom.