The Other Side of Midnight Paperback
One of Sidney Sheldon's most popular and bestselling titles, repackaged and reissued for a new generation of fans.
A gripping, glamorous novel of scorching sensuality and heart-stopping evil.
A beautiful French actress whose craving for passion and vengeance takes her from the gutters of Paris to the bedroom of a powerful billionaire; a dynamic Greek tycoon who never forgets an insult, never forgives an injury; and a handsome war hero lured from his wife by another woman.
From Paris to Washington, Hollywood to the islands of Greece, The Other Side of Midnight is the story of four star-crossed lives enmeshed in a deadly ritual of passion, intrigue and corruption.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 608 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 05/09/1990
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780006179313
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Review by Summermoonstone
Noelle Page was encouraged to believe she was born into a noble gentry but she was born in a fishing village in Paris. Her Papa sells her when she reaches puberty. She escapes and meets and falls madly in love with American flyer Larry Douglas during WWII. He deserts her but she is so in love with him her life is consumed with revenge. She becomes a supermodel and movie star then finally mistress to mega-rich Constantin DemerisShe meets up again with Larry who doesn't remember her. He is a cruel, indifferent man and is the private pilot for Demeris. He is now married to Catherine who is a dreamer and should really have married Bill Fraser who truly loves her These lives collide as the story goes from a poor French fishing village to Paris, to Hollywood, then to Athens where Demeris (Noelle's lover)engineers an ending that only truly rich people can provide.