When We Were Friends by Tina Seskis
The addictive psychological suspense with a shock twist you WON'T see coming... If you like Liane Moriarty, Lesley Kara, and Lisa Jewell you'll love this.
Six friends. One reunion. Countless secrets.
It had always been the six of us.
Since we met at university twenty-five years ago, we'd faced everything together. Break-ups and marriages, motherhood and death. We were closer than sisters; the edges of our lives bled into each other.
But that was before the night of the reunion. The night of exposed secrets and jagged accusations. The night when everything changed.
And then we were five.
'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
'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
An earlier version of this novel was published under the title A SERPENTINE AFFAIR