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THE EXPLOSIVE, ADDICTIVE NEW THRILLER FROM SUNDAY TIMES AND KINDLE #1 BESTSELLER HARRIET TYCE.

‘A blisteringly brilliant read. Harriet Tyce is at the very top of the thriller game.’ Sarah Pinborough


‘Intriguing characters, deceptive twists and a punch-to-the-gut finale. Harriet Tyce always delivers.’ John Marrs

‘I devoured this gripping novel in a couple of sittings, and raced to the shocking end.’ Alex Michaelides

New Year’s Eve, when the clock strikes twelve. A lavish party in one of Edinburgh’s best postcodes is sent spiralling into chaos when two guests fall tragically from the roof, impaled on the cast iron railings below.

For Tess, it was about more than reuniting with long lost friends. Recently diagnosed with an illness that could be terminal, it was her last chance to make things right. Having grown apart from her husband Marcus, she knew this would be the perfect opportunity to renew their vows, surrounded by everyone they love.

Their time is running out. Tess’ closest companion Sylvie knows this better than anyone. She’s trying desperately to offer her friend some closure from the guilt that has plagued them both for decades.

But as midnight approaches and the countdown begins, it becomes clear that someone doesn’t want a resolution.

They want revenge.


Praise for Harriet Tyce:

‘Utterly compelling… I couldn’t put it down’ Lisa Jewell, No.1 bestselling author of The Family Upstairs

‘A classy thriller with complex and compelling characters’ Clare Mackintosh, bestselling author of I Let You Go

‘A triumphant encore […] intriguing, well-written and addictive’ Sara Collins, award-winning author of The Confessions of Frannie Langton

‘An absolute page turner with a twist you’ll read twice because you can’t believe you missed it’ John Marrs, author of What Lies Between Us

‘Totally addictive – I was gripped’ Sophie Hannah, author of Haven’t They Grown

‘Gripping’ Daily Mail

‘Twists that keep you frantically turning the pages’ Sunday Mirror

Impossible to put down’ Independent

‘Sizzlingly addictive’ Heat

Reviews

It Ends at Midnight has it all - mystery, murder, courtroom drama, revenge and sex, in an explosive mix. I devoured this gripping novel in a couple of sittings, and raced to the shocking end.
Alex Michaelides
Intriguing characters, deceptive twists and a punch-to-the-gut finale. Harriet Tyce always delivers.
John Marrs
A blisteringly brilliant read. Harriet Tyce is at the very top of the thriller game.
Sarah Pinborough