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The internationally best-selling 'The Other Side of Midnight' was dominated by the man who is Sheldon's most magnificent creation? 'Constantin Demiris' Billionaire, art lover, womaniser?and killer. To Noelle, the woman who betrayed him, and Larry, the man who stole her, Demiris brought a chilling retribution. But Demiris? terrible revenge is far from complete? '' In the seclusion of a remote convent a young woman emerges from the trauma of memory loss? 'Catherine Alexander' Larry?s widow, sees Demiris as a benefactor, the man who restores her faith in the future. How can she know the fate he has in store, or that her life is bound up with other victims of his mighty ego? From the exotic shores of the Mediterranean to post-war , 'Memories of Midnight' is a passionate, unforgettable story of an innocent woman?s fight against a terrifying destiny. About The Author Sidney Sheldon, whose highly successful writing career spans over 50 years, has garnered international praise and recognition in four diverse fields. The winner of an Oscar, a Tony, and an Edgar Allan Poe Award from the Mystery Writers of America, Sheldon has over 250 television scripts, twenty five major motion pictures, six Broadway plays and fourteen novels (with sales figures well over 200 million) to his credit, ranking him as one of the world?s most prolific writers. ? One of the top three bestselling authors alive today, Sheldon is also one of the few major authors to have all his novels filmed as major motion pictures or blockbuster mini-series for television. His novels are published in 56 languages, including Russian, Turkish, Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese, Korean, Hebrew, Greek and Indonesian, in 100 countries worldwide. ? A master storyteller, Sheldon regards his becoming a writer as something of a miracle.