Everyone remembers where they were on 31st August 1997, the day Princess Diana died.
Sophie, Emily, Amy and Melissa certainly do -- a beautiful cottage in Southwold, at the start of an annual tradition to have a weekend away together.
Every year since, the four best friends have come back together. But over time the changes in their lives have led them down very different paths. And it's when those paths collide that the secrets they've been keeping come tumbling out.
One Day meets Big Little Lies in this unputdownable read about four friends, one long-buried secret and the histories we all share.
'A fascinating exploration of friendship. Compelling, twisty, emotional and believable - I loved it.' Sarah Morgan
`A moving and compelling journey through the highs and lows of female friendship - just fabulous!' Sharon Osbourne
`Set against the backdrop of important news events, this wonderful portrait of friendship is an inspired read.' The Sun
`A real page-turner that perfectly captures the power of friendship to get you through the worst of times. Would make a great movie!' -Piers Morgan
`Moving, funny and compelling; novels delving into the complexities of female friendship don't come much better than this.' - Jane Moore, The Sun & Loose Women
`One Day meets Big Little Lies in this novel you won't be able to put down' - Cosmopolitan
`Engrossing' - Hello! magazine
`Thoughtful and moving' My Weekly
Helen Warner is a former Head of Daytime at both ITV & Channel 4, where she was responsible for a variety of TV shows including Come Dine With Me, Loose Women, Good Morning Britain and Judge Rinder. Helen writes her novels on the train to work in London from her home in Essex, which she shares with her husband and their two children.