"Hypnotic ... the master of the plot twister has done it once again." The survivors of The other side of midnight come back for one last round of play in this compelling sequel set in post-war Europe. Catherine Douglas, a victim of tragedy and amnesia, is taken in by the world's richest man. Haunted by faint memories of the past , Catherine must remember the truth before the man who put an end to her husband sets his murderous sights on her.
Catherine is currently suffering from amnesia and Constantin can't stop toying with her, as she is basically the only one who knows enough to sink the shipping magnate. I enjoyed this book but found it slightly farfetched. I give it a B+!
(Well it did make me sleepy lol) I can see why i used to love these books but alas not anymore.
The story is so
well i still have a few books by this author (and I saved all my Dutch copies but I know now I can get rid of those)
Shadowed by tragedy and burdened by amnesia, a beautiful woman desperately tries to return to reality. She is Catherine Douglas, destined to once again challenge the cruel, charismatic power of Constantin Demiris, the Greek shipping tycoon who murdered Catherine's husband. Now,
Memories of Midnight is the sequel to The Other Side of Midnight, written nearly two decades later. The events of this book take place in the late 1940s a little after the finish of Other Side, several main characters carry over - Christine Alexander aka Mrs Larry Douglas, Constantin Demiris
I read this cover to cover in one sitting. Whilst not as long as Other Side, the writing is silky smooth, the story a constant guessing game of who's doing what to whom (or about too) and that ending! Just when you think you have it all figured out... it's a completely different resolution and you can't help but smile as you close the back cover.
I would definitely recommend reading The Other Side of Midnight first for a better understanding of the characters and events however Memories has enough background to stand on its own if you only have it.