In Love With The Night (Paperback)
A man is hit by a car in a crowded marketplace, and a bag full of cash he is carrying lands at the side of Amina, sitting in the gutter with her father, begging for food. What happens next changes not only Amina's life, but the lives of people scattered across the world: the younger brother of a wealthy Moroccan family, a successful painter and his daughter in Canada, and an orphaned five-year-old boy in England.
Over one summer, through a strange coincidence, these people discover their intriguing and disturbing connections, and learn that their destinies are inextricably woven together.
Echoing the themes of Torl e's first novel, The Way Things Fall, and reintroducing some of the characters, In Love with the Night centres on the idea of the long reach of fate. It is a story of the conflicting forces of love and commitment, and coming to terms with the truth.