Author: Tess Stimson

Publication Date: August 5, 2020

Rating: 4 out of 5.

One in Three is an enjoyable thriller.  Throughout the book I thought I figured out what happened but didn’t find out until the very end. 

One in Three is about a man that gets murdered.  His wife, Caz, and ex-wife, Louise, are both in the room when his body is found and blame each other.  The story then goes back seven week to explain what lead to the murder.  The story is told mainly between Caz and Louise’s point of view.  Everyone looks guilty throughout the book, so you have to wait until the end to find out what happened and why.  This story is character focused and really brings the reader into the lives of the different characters.

I recommend this book to anyone that likes character focused thrillers.  There are very few likable characters, so if that bothers you I do not recommend this book.

Thank you NetGalley and the publisher for this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

About the Author

Tess Stimson has published eleven novels, including top-ten bestseller The Adultery Club, and two non-fiction books, which between them have been translated into dozens of languages.

Her first “proper” job after graduating from St Hilda’s College, Oxford (where she read English) was as a news trainee with ITN (Independent Television News).

She reported and produced regional and world stories, travelling to hotspots and war-zones all over the globe.

In 2002, she was appointed Professor of Creative Writing at the University of South Florida and moved to the US. She now teaches Screenwriting and Journalism in Vermont, and lives with her husband, Erik, their three children, and (at the last count) two cats, three fish, one gerbil and a large number of bats in the attic.




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