A brilliant high-concept thriller - a debut with all the intrigue of Gone Girl and the drama of Before I Go To Sleep - just how do you solve a murder when you can only remember yesterday?
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?
Yap is a phenomenon - Guardian
A 2017 literary event - Newsweek
The intrigue of Gone Girl and the drama of Before I Go to Sleep - iNews
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
Felicia Yap's YESTERDAY is a massively clever thriller that investigates our notions of memory and identity with a clear, unflinching eye - Richard Skinner
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
The most original thriller you'll read this year! A page turner you'll never forget. - James Law
YESTERDAY is an original, inventive, gripping novel.
Felicia Yap grew up in Kuala Lumpur. She read biochemistry at Imperial College London, before achieving a doctorate in history (and a half-blue in competitive ballroom dancing) at Cambridge University. She has written for The Economist and The Business Times. She has also worked as a radioactive-cell biologist, a war historian, a Cambridge lecturer, a technology journalist, a theatre critic, a flea-market trader and a catwalk model. Yesterday is her debut novel.