I had read "The Other Side of Midnight" all those decades ago, and when I noticed that there was a sequel I could not resist it. No memories are needed of the prequel, but a suspension of disbelief is definitely useful. If you can believe that a ship owner (an old friend from the previous novel) would sink his own tanker (even in 1948, when the action picks up from the prequel) just to get rid of an enemy, than you will be fine with this book. Everyone is double-crossing everyone, but, as one of my old British books said on the cover, this novel is un-put-downable.
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