Author(s): Graham Swift
Beautifully written, enthralling and unforgettable, The Light of Day is a bold, unconventional tale of love, murder and second chances. Over the course of a single day, we meet George and Sarah who are bound together and cruelly separated by a momentous act that has cut deeply into both their lives. Teasing out the magical in the ordinary, truth from deceit, The Light of Day is a timeless love story about how we can find the beautiful and enchanting in the most unlikely places.
Graham Swift was born in London in 1949. He is the author of six other novels: The Sweet Shop Owner, Shuttlecock, Waterland, Out of This World, Ever After and Last Orders. He has also published a collection of short stories, Learning To Swim. He lives in London.