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BOOK REVIEW: Bodies of Water by V.H. Leslie

Bodies of Water splits its narrative between two women and their respective time periods. Evelyn has been working with fallen women in Victorian London, but the work and the relationships she forms within it have taken their toll. She is sent to be treated at Wakewater Hall, a hydropathy establishment nestled alongside the Thames. In the present day, Kirsten has recently split from her boyfriend and has bought an apartment in the ongoing conversion of Wakewater Hall. As she learns more about the history of the building and of the fates of Victorian drowned women, she finds herself haunted by a…

BOOK REVIEW: Bodies of Water by V.H. Leslie