Memories of Midnight Author:Sidney Sheldon Sidney Sheldon's "The Other Side of Midnight," published in 1974, became a classic of its kind and the most widely read of his many best-selling works. "Memories of Midnight" is a completely independent novel, but it also continues the saga begun in the earlier favorite. — Catherine Douglas has survived the attempt on her life and is living secre... more »tly in a remote convent in Greece. Her mind, however, is dangerously torn between embracing the past and shutting it out.
Constantin Demiris - billionaire, Greek shipowner, art collector, womanizer, and murderer - is a man still obsessed with revenge. Demeris has already brought a chilling retribution upon Noelle Paige, the woman who betrayed him, and Larry Douglas, the man who stole her away. Now, in "Memories of Midnight," Demiris plots his final act of revenge.
Moving from the exotic shores of the Mediterranean to the post-World War II years in London, "Memories of Midnight" is the compelling portrayal of one woman's fight against a terrifying destiny. Sidney Sheldon's genius as a storyteller - the master of the unexpected - has never been more powerfully displayed.« less