The Other Side of Night

Adam Hamdy

15 September 2022
9781529088137
352 pages

Synopsis

‘The pages almost turn themselves and when I was finished I couldn’t stop thinking about the story’s incredible twists, turns, and surprises’ - James Patterson

Bestselling author Adam Hamdy returns with a story of soulmates torn apart by circumstance and three deaths that haunt the past, present and future. The Other Side of Night is a genre-defying book unlike any you've ever read and a spellbinding novel about love, sacrifice and endless possibilities.

David Asha wants to tell you a story about three people:

Elliott Asha, his son, broken by a loss that will redeem him.

Ben Elmys, a surrogate father and David’s trusted friend, a man who might also be a murderer.

Harriet Kealty, a retired detective searching for answers to three mysterious deaths, while also investigating a man who might turn out to be the love of her life.

Every word David tells you is true, but you will think it fiction . . .

What authors are saying:

‘A big-hearted, big-brain, novel that you'll finish in three days and think about for the rest of the year. Wonderful.’ - Stuart Turton

'Remarkable' - Anthony Horowitz

‘A strange, compelling, and ultimately moving head-spinner of a novel’ - John Connolly

'Absolutely brilliant. I was blown away' - Manda Scott

‘Mind-bending! This intriguing and thought-provoking thriller is a profound exploration of how far some are willing to go in the name of love. A fantastic twist you’ll never see coming’ - Liv Constantine

'A brilliant meta-thriller with huge ideas and even greater heart' - Steve Cavanagh

‘One of those rare books that you’ll still be thinking about long after the last page’ - Jenny Blackhurst

'An utterly satisfying read' - Ryan Gattis

A big-hearted, big-brain, novel that you'll finish in three days and think about for the rest of the year. Wonderful.

Remarkable. Adam Hamdy may have created a completely new crime genre.
The Other Side of Night is like no crime novel I’ve ever read. The pages almost turn themselves and when I was finished I couldn’t stop thinking about the story’s incredible twists, turns, and surprises.