Synopses & Reviews
On the anniversary of a life-shattering event, George Webb, a former policeman turned private detective, revisits the catastrophes of his past and reaffirms the extraordinary direction of his future. Two years before, an assignment to follow a strayed husband and his mistress appeared simple enough, but this routine job left George a transformed man.
Suspenseful, moving, and hailed by critics as a detective story unlike any other, The Light of Day is a gripping tale of murder and redemption, as well as a bold exploration of love and self-discovery. This powerful novel signals yet another groundbreaking achievement from Graham Swift, the author of the Booker Prize-winning novel Last Orders.
A brilliant tale of love, murder and suspense, from the author of 'Last Orders'.
Brilliant tale of love, murder and suspense. Swift's previous book, "Last Orders" won the Booker Prize in 1996 and has sold over 450,000 copies in paperback. This will have review coverage and advertising. "Deserves to be inhaled greedily in a single sitting" "Independent On Sunday"