Tina Seskis Books in Order

The Tina Seskis books have become so popular over the years that generation after generation, people keep going back to them.

If you're just starting with it and want a reading list, you're in luck. Here we list out all the Tina Seskis books in order; keeping in mind various factors like the publication year, reviews, its popularity among readers, etc.

It’s always a good idea to read such book titles in sequence so that you don't miss out on the story plot and its discussions in the book clubs.

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

One Step Too Far

Seskis, Tina 2013

The #1 international bestseller reminiscent of After I’m Gone, Sister, Before I Go to Sleep, and The Silent Wife—an intricately plotted, thoroughly addictive thriller that introduces a major new voice in suspense fiction—a mesmerizing and powerful novel that will keep you guessing to the very end.

No one has ever guessed Emily’s secret.Will you?A happy marriage. A beautiful family. A lovely home. So what makes Emily Coleman get up one morning and walk right out of her life—to start again as someone new?Now, Emily has become Cat, working at a hip advertising agency in London and living on the edge with her inseparable new friend, Angel.

Cat’s buried any trace of her old self so well, no one knows how to find her. But she can't bury the past—or her own memories.And soon, she’ll have to face the truth of what she's done—a shocking revelation that may push her one step too far.

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A Serpentine Affair aka When We Were Friends

Tina Seskis 2013

Six old friends. One annual reunion. Countless feuds. How do friends stay friends for more than 25 years when there is so much to feel aggrieved about? Juliette and Renee have never got over one of them sleeping with the other's boyfriend. Sissy secretly blames someone for the death of her husband.

Natasha knows one of them is having an affair with her partner. Siobhan annoys everyone. Camilla desperately tries to keep the peace. So when their picnic in the park goes horribly wrong, who knows what really happened? And just what secrets from the past are about to unfold, changing everyone's lives forever? Clever, intriguing, chilling and utterly impossible to put down.

Tina Seskis is proving herself to be master of the twist. Grazia This is a strong, well-written, confident novel. Tina has managed to weave together both a strong story and a web of characters, intricately related to each other, with convincing histories.

The structure is ambitious, but she pulls it off. Excellent. The Literary Consultancy It's the follow-up to the hit One Step Too Far, and Seskis again weaves a tale of suspense and mystery. Seven old friends get together once a year, even though none of them really enjoy it.

They are old college friends, once incredibly close, but growing apart over time. True, families and careers have changed them, but there are also many hidden dramas that happened over the years, driving invisible wedges between the women. allisonwrites.

com A Serpentine Affair: 25 years of friendship, several jealous clashes, doubt, mistrust, anguish. All wrapped up in the pages of this must read, impossible to put down work of creative genius. Maurice Coldicott, Northamptonshire I really liked the slow build as I got to know each woman.

And those men!! The delicious shivers of finding out the details about each one's past and also their perspectives on situations and each other!!! Another fun and twisted novel with interesting characters and an unexpected incident on a nice evening by the Serpentine Lake.

..old friends indeed! Denise Crawford, Kansas City, US It was fabulous, I enjoyed it just as much as One Step Too Far and finished it as quickly. At first I was worried that there were too many main characters in it and that I wouldn t be able to catch up.

However after the first few chapters I actually really liked that aspect, as it added complexity to the story and I loved how it jumped from one character to the other, I didn t know what to expect when! The author has a real knack of creating suspense, she seems to know just the right time to leave a scenario so the reader is frustrated.

..but in a really good way. That s the unputdownable factor. It was superb. Maxine Leech, Hertfordshire Clever clever lady! Again, despite the fact that Tina Seskis switches time, place, person, she still manages to hold it all together and keep me intent on finishing.

It was a credible story with interesting storylines which was twisty, convoluted and intense... It actually does take a lot to surprise me so well done! musingmaddie.com I really liked the way the various layers of the story untangled over the second half of the novel and the way they developed in part and from different perspectives weaving across time and in various threads, it really kept me engaged in the story.

.. the locations and cultural references provided some great counterpoints to the story and familiarity with them also made it flow more easily. An amazing book. John Belchamber, Cambridge

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The Honeymoon


'Everyone's going to be talking about the twists and turns of The Honeymoon' Good Housekeeping It should be paradise. But it's turned into a nightmare . . . For as long as she can remember, Jemma has been planning the perfect honeymoon. Two weeks in a five-star luxury resort in the Maldives with absolute privacy is everything she's been dreaming about.

But what happens next wasn't part of the plan... Because the man Jemma married a week ago has just disappeared from the island without a trace. And now her perfect new life is vanishing just as quickly before her eyes. Is there anyone on the island she can trust? And above all - where has her husband gone? You won't be able to put down this addictive psychological thriller .

. . __________ 'Endlessly gripping . . . It's a stomach-flipping humdinger of a thriller. We'll be pushing it into the hands of all our friends this summer' Heat 'Will keep you on the edge of your seat' Prima 'Expect twists and turns on every page' Take a Break

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Home Truths

Seskis, Tina 2019

A strong marriage can cope with the unexpected. But can it survive the unimaginable?American nanny Eleanor was never meant to meet Alex. But when she walks into his London police station to report a stalker, everything changes for them both. He’s convinced he can protect her from anything and anyone.

She hopes her darkest days are behind her.As they settle into their life together, two hundred miles away another young couple faces an uncertain future. Christie knows Paul is a decent man, but she can’t shake a clairvoyant’s warning: ‘Never trust your husband .

. .’ When a work trip tests their bond, will she overcome her fears for the sake of her family?Ten years later, both couples are still together, for better or worse. But as doubts and resentments begin bubbling steadily to the surface, all four of them start to question the choices they’ve made.

At least the secrets they all brought into their marriages are still well hidden.For now.

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Hope Close

Seskis, Tina 2020

Quiet street. Perfect homes. Not so perfect lives.Hope Close: a leafy, tranquil backwater in the heart of the English countryside. But when Andy Meyer moves in, it soon becomes clear that picture-perfect homes can hide less-than-perfect lives. Fresh from rehab and with no interest in meeting his neighbours, Andy erects forbidding gates to keep the ghosts of his past―and any prying eyes―at bay.

Next door, in the grandest house, Layla is unhappily married to a much older man and desperately misses her young son, who has been banished to boarding school. When lonely Nicole from over the road confides her own secret heartache to Layla, the two women form an unlikely bond―until one of them attracts the attention of their mysterious new neighbour.

The only person to sense something dangerous about Andy is busybody Joan. But will her suspicions bring her more than she bargains for?As the past catches up with the residents of Hope Close, it becomes clear that the intriguing new neighbour isn’t the only one with something to hide…

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