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One Step Too Far (Paperback)
  • One Step Too Far (Paperback)

One Step Too Far (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 24/04/2014
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Tina Seskis' stunning debut novel, One Step Too Far, is a gripping and haunting psychological thriller. 'It's funny how easy it is, when it really comes down to it, to get up from your life and begin a new one...' An apparently happy marriage. A beautiful son. A lovely home. Yet one morning Emily Coleman wakes up and walks right out of her life. What makes her do it? How will she survive? And, no matter how hard she tries, can she ever really say goodbye to her past? Emily has a secret. No-one has ever guessed it. Will you? Tina Seskis' One Step Too Far is an absolutely unputdownable story of secrets and heartbreak. "A gripping thriller that will delight fans of the unexpected twist ending". (Grazia). "One Step Too Far is a genius tale with a twist". (Stylist). "A compelling roller-coaster of a story with a shocking twist". (Lovereading.co.uk). "On occasion, haven't we all wanted to ditch our responsibilities, change our name and run off into a new life? Emily (or is it Catherine?) takes the plunge in this smartly written thriller". (Time Out). Tina Seskis grew up in Hampshire, the daughter of an airline engineer and a sales rep. She studied business at the University of Bath and then worked for over twenty years in marketing and advertising. She now lives in North London with her husband and son.

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781405917933

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One Step to Far is stunningly brilliant, with very clever twists. I really enjoyed the character Emily Coleman although she had done a bad thing that is what made her really interesting to read. I found that Emily... More

12th May 2014
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