Something In the Water Glides Straight Into The Top 10
In it's first week of sale Catherine Steadman's Something In the Water has gone straight onto the New York Times Bestseller List.
She is simultaneously No.11 on the NYT Hardcover List and No.9 on the Combined Print and eBook List!
Something In the Water is out in the UK on 26th July.
Something in the Water is Reese's June Book Pick!
Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman has been selected by Reese Witherspoon as her June Book Pick for Reese's Book Club x Hello Sunshine.
Announcing her choice, Reese said: “Something In The Water by Catherine Steadman is a psychological thriller that captivated me from page one [...]. What unfolds from there makes for a wild, page-turning ride! It’s the perfect beach read!”
Film and TV rights have also been optioned by Reese Witherspoon's production company, Hello Sunshine.
Something in the Water will be out on 5th June in the US, and in the UK on 26th July. The audiobook, narrated by Catherine herself, is featured as part of Audible's showcase of Reese's Book Club picks, and will be available on 5th June in both the US and the UK.
Something in the Water is out today in the US!
Catherine Steadman's debut thriller, Something in the Water, is out today in the US.
Couple Erin and Mark fly to Bora-Bora for the perfect honeymoon. But one day, when Mark takes Erin scuba diving, they make a discovery which tests their character and changes the course of their lives.
The audio edition, narrated by the Catherine herself, is out today in the UK as well.
DA Agency welcomes Catherine Steadman
We are absolutely thrilled to welcome new talent Catherine Steadman to the Darley Anderson Agency!
Her novel, Something In The Water, is an unpredictable and darkly funny debut, with an utterly compelling voice.
Kate Miciak from Bantam Bell snapped up the US rights at auction and said, ‘From the opening sentence to its final gorgeous revelation, I was enthralled. The vitality and intelligence of this novel’s voice, the insidious spirals of its ingenious plotting, the assurance which with Catherine leads us through—I read the pages in one greedy gulp…and then couldn’t stop obsessing about it.’
Italian translation rights were pre-empted with Swedish rights sold and German under offer.
Catherine is an Laurence Olivier Award nominated actress and writer based in North London. She is known for her roles in Downton Abbey and Tutankhamun, starring alongside Sam Neill, as well as shows including The Inbetweeners, The Tudors, and Fresh Meat.