Sheldon Omnibus: Memories of Midnight / Naked Face by Sidney Sheldon
THE NAKED FACE - The psychiatrist's couch holds many secrets. Can it also hold the key to a series of brutal murders?
John Hanson, murdered in the street in a gruesome but apparently arbitrary attack.Carol Roberts, brutally tortured and left to die in agony.Now it's the turn of psychoanalyst Dr Judd Stevens…In a chilling game of cat and mouse, Judd must become the hunter rather than the hunted if he wants to stay alive. Working with the mindset of a detective, he must analyse his patients, searching for a motive, clues, reasons. Could it be Teri Washburn, Hollywood starlet, thrown out of tinsel town in scandal and now addicted to sex? Could it be Harrison Burke, top business man and disturbed paranoiac? Or could it be Alexander Fallon, a crazed evangelist, convinced that God has chosen him to avenge all sin in the world?
MEMORIES OF MIDNIGHT - The internationally best-selling 'The Other Side of Midnight' was dominated by the man who is Sheldon's most magnificent creation…
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…
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 London, 'Memories of Midnight' is a passionate, unforgettable story of an innocent woman’s fight against a terrifying destiny
In this deadly game, there can only be one winner…If Judd is to survive he must play the game to win.
This is Sidney Sheldon's first novel – a gripping, intense thriller that brought him fame as a bestselling novelist.
We Also Recommend
Tapping into Ultimate Success by Jack Canfield
Lovers by Judith Krantz
In eisige Hohen by Jon Krakauer
National Geographic June 1999