Yesterday: The phenomenal debut thriller of secrets, lies and betrayal (Paperback)Felicia Yap (author)
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A brilliant high-concept debut thriller - just how do you solve a murder when you only remember yesterday?
'The thriller of the summer' - Observer
'Yap is a phenomenon' - Guardian
'The intrigue of Gone Girl and the drama of Before I Go to Sleep' - iNews
'So hotly tipped it should come with scorch marks... Quite literally mind-bending' - Red
Today, the police are at your door.
They say that the body of your husband's mistress has been found in the River Cam. They think your husband killed her two days ago.
You can't recall what he did that day, because you only remember yesterday.
You rely on your diary to tell you where you've been, who you love and what you've done.
So, can you trust the police?
Can you trust your husband?
Can you trust yourself?
Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
Number of pages: 432
Weight: 302 g
Dimensions: 200 x 131 x 28 mm
The thriller of the summer * Observer *
A 2017 literary event * Newsweek *
So hotly tipped it should come with scorch marks... Quite literally mind-bending' * Red *
The intrigue of Gone Girl and the drama of Before I Go to Sleep * iNews *
The One That Everyone Is Talking About ... Enthralling high-concept psychological thriller... A clever revenge tale with a twist. * Woman & Home *
A thrilling new voice... Yap's debut will have you gripped all holiday long * Red *
With the tone of many Gone Girl-esque thrillers, surplus red herrings and a blockbuster worthy twist, Yesterday is the perfect holiday read... In a year where there has been no shortage of hotly anticipated psychological thrillers Yesterday stands out from the crowd... an intriguing page-turner * Stylist *
A great murder mystery with a unique and unsettling twist. This book delighted and confounded me in equal measure! -- James Oswald, author of NATURAL CAUSES
An intriguing, fast-faced thriller that captivated me right from the start -- Kate Rhodes, author of CROSSBONES YARD
This was an amazing book, very original and despite challenging the reader's suspension of disbelief it drew me in very quickly. Terrific to find a book that can be classed as a crime thriller yet stand out from the crowd. -- Alex Gray, author of THE BIRD THAT DID NOT SING
YESTERDAY is an original, inventive, gripping novel. -- Adam Hamdy, author of PENDULUM
Felicia Yap's YESTERDAY is a massively clever thriller that investigates our notions of memory and identity with a clear, unflinching eye -- Richard Skinner, author of THE RED DANCER
The most original thriller you'll read this year! A page turner you'll never forget. -- J.S. Law, author of TENACITY
Never has psychological crime fiction been so original, so witty and so inventive. This is an absolute firecracker of a read. I haven't enjoyed a debut this much in ages. -- William Shaw, author of A SONG FROM DEAD LIPS
When it comes to memories, what do we choose to forget? To believe? Felicia Yap looks at these questions in Yesterday, an inventive, engrossing old-school murder mystery wrapped in a futuristic setting with a side of compelling love story and a killer twist at the end. Clever, unconventional, fast-paced, and above all engaging, Yesterday is a book to remember. -- Twist Phelan, Thriller Award-winning author of FAKE
Felicia Yap's Yesterday is a story about the vulnerability of memory and how the past always returns to haunt us. An exhilarating revenge thriller, equal parts suspense and philosophical science fiction. -- Hannah Lillith Assadi, author of SONORA
Yesterday is an inventive, wicked thriller with an addictive puzzle-box narrative. Every time I thought I had it figured out, Felicia Yap hits me with another twist. -- Rob Hart, author of NEW YORKED
At once a high-concept thriller with a sci-fi premise and an old-school noir, Felicia Yap's Yesterday is a tasty, satisfyingly grounded blend. A rich, rewarding debut that shows the ways that memory can betray us as painfully - and perhaps as inevitably - as those we love. -- Andrew Pyper, bestselling author of THE DEMONOLOGIST
Felicia Yap takes a unique premise and rockets through this year's most clever storyline. Spectacular twists, characters as distinct as they are compelling, and a resolution absolutely no one will have seen coming make Yesterday a propulsive read. Memory loss has never been so fun. -- Michael Cooper, author of CLAWBACK
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