Reviews

  • There's a poignant air of nostalgia about the sections set in the women's younger day, and you'll warm to the sharply-drawn characters. Astute and witty.

    Sunday Mirror
  • Clever, intriguing, chilling - and utterly impossible to put down. Tina Seskis is proving herself to be master of the twist

    Grazia
  • Six friends, one reunion, one gigantic mess. One of the best books to read this April

    Red Online
  • A chilling tale of university friends 25 years later . . . the tragic fallout of a summer reunion will make you wish you could read that bit faster

    Stylist
  • This dark whodunit explores just how complex friendships can be

    Woman Magazine