In Too Deep by Rose McClelland

As part of Zooloo’s Book Tours I have an exciting thriller for you today.

About the Book

Lucy, stunning lead singer of a local band, is found dead on a beach.

Everyone assumes it’s suicide or accidental death. However, band member Tony thinks his sister Olivia might be involved. Not only was she insanely jealous of Lucy, but her husband Barry died in suspicious circumstances too.

Detective Sergeant Kerry Lawlor isn’t convinced its suicide either. The more she looks into the case, the more ‘accidental’ deaths she discovers. As she digs deeper, she finds motive and intrigue at every turn.

Following in Lucy’s footsteps is drop-dead gorgeous Roxie. Will Olivia’s jealousy strike again? Tony fears Roxie could be next.

Detectives Simon and Kerry are on the case. Will they intercept in the nick of time? Or is Olivia in too deep?



A close group of characters, who can you trust? This story centers around a band made up of Tony, Jack, and Roxie. Olivia is Jack’s wife and Tony’s sister. Charlotte is Tony’s wife and manager of the band. Olivia is very insecure in her marriage and it upsets Jack and affects the rest of the group. Roxie is the new attractive singer and Olivia hates her. Bad things happen to the band, especially Roxie. Who can you trust?

This wonderful book will intrigue you. I’ve very glad I picked up this book. It is a great suspense story with a amazing set of characters. It is told in multiple POV so you can see deeper into the characters minds. I highly enjoyed this book!

About the Author

Rose is the author of six novels. Her latest three books are psychological thrillers and part of the Simon & Kerry detective series.

"Under Your Skin" became an Amazon No. 1 Bestseller in the UK and USA/ Canada. It also won Best Books of 2020 in Belfast Telegraph and with several online book bloggers. Rose has also written two short plays which were performed in the Black Box theatre in Belfast.

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