Books by Sidney Sheldon and Complete Book Reviews

Sidney Sheldon, Author William Morrow & Company $22.95 (384p) ISBN 978-0-688-06570-6
The latest novel by the veteran author ( If Tomorrow Comes, etc.) is a fast-paced thriller. Upon taking office, idealistic President Paul Ellison inaugurates the ""people-to-people'' program, intended to establish America's ties with Iron Curtain...
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Sidney Sheldon, Author Grand Central Publishing $7.99 (416p) ISBN 978-0-446-36366-2
Sheldon spices his latest thriller, a 17-week PW bestseller in cloth, with science fiction, including aliens who arrive from another planet on an enviromentalist mission. (Jan.)
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Sidney Sheldon, Author HarperCollins Publishers $26 (317p) ISBN 978-0-06-019834-3
Efficiently brisk and reliably suspenseful, Sheldon's (Tell Me Your Dreams, etc.) 17th novel demonstrates that this veteran master of commercial fiction has not lost his touch. Freshly returned to Washington, D.C., from a stint reporting in Sarajevo,
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Sidney Sheldon, Author William Morrow & Company $26 (354p) ISBN 978-0-688-16282-5
Perennial bestseller Sheldon (The Best Laid Plans) doesn't get under the reader's skin here as he does at his best, even though he weaves together many of his time-tested elements--childhood horror and its consequences; lust and murder as bedfellows;
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Sidney Sheldon, Author William Morrow & Co Inc $24 (375p) ISBN 978-0-688-08492-9
Its epigraph may be from Rimbaud, but the rest of this mega-soap opera is pure Sheldon (Nothing Lasts Forever): a twisty, turbo-paced yarn of international intrigue set in the ``champagne wishes and caviar dreams'' world of the super-rich. When...
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Sidney Sheldon, Author . Warner $25.95 (363p) ISBN 978-0-446-53267-9
Bestselling novelist Sheldon's memoir is reminiscent of his colorful novels, a rags-to-riches yarn replete with struggle, an indomitable hero and eventual glamour. It opens with a 17-year-old Sheldon preparing to commit suicide in Chicago in...
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Sidney Sheldon, Author . Morrow $25.95 (337p) ISBN 978-0-06-055934-2
Two gorgeous widows go up against a nefarious multinational think tank in this airbrushed but goofily entertaining thriller by perennial bestseller Sheldon (The Sky Is Falling ; Tell Me Your Dreams ; etc.). Four scientists working for the New York
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Sidney Sheldon, Author William Morrow & Co Inc $23 (400p) ISBN 978-0-688-08490-5
Imagine Donald Trump as a drop-dead gorgeous woman and you'll have an approximate image of Lara Cameron, the heroine of Sheldon's latest--barely tepid--potboiler. A super-successful real estate developer, Lara has made millions of dollars--and a few
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Sidney Sheldon, Author William Morrow & Company $22.95 (0p) ISBN 978-0-688-06571-3
Big, broad splashes of action and crude but colorful characters are Sheldon's trademarks, as he demonstrates again in a new novel probably destined to join Windmills of the Gods and Rage of Angels on the bestseller list. The backdrop for this...
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Sidney Sheldon, Author William Morrow & Co Inc $21.95 (399p) ISBN 978-0-688-08488-2
Subtlety is not Sheldon's strong suit, but rarely has it been so utterly absent from his character development and plotting as in this crudely carved sequel to The Other Side of Midnight , which reprises Catherine Douglas's earlier role as a pretty...
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Sidney Sheldon, Author Grand Central Publishing $7.99 (416p) ISBN 978-0-446-35467-7
In this ``crudely carved'' sequel to The Other Side of Midnight , Greek tycoon Constantin Demiris orders the deaths of anyone who can prove he engineered a somewhat unsuccessful plot to execute his mistress Catherine--now amnesiac--and her lover. ``S
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Sidney Sheldon, Author William Morrow & Co Inc $25 (384p) ISBN 978-0-688-14911-6
Washington politics, a jilted woman's revenge and the war in Bosnia plague an idealistic but lecherous president in Sheldon's latest tale of beautiful people, money and deception. On his way up the ladder of success, Oliver Russell breaks his...
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Sidney Sheldon, Author William Morrow & Co Inc $23 (398p) ISBN 978-0-688-08491-2
Aficionados of cliches and stereotypes will derive extraordinary pleasure from practically every page of this formulaic potboiler from the bestselling Sheldon. As the novel opens, Dr. Paige Taylor is on trial for the mercy killing of a patient (Did...
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Sidney Sheldon, Author, Tilly Bagshawe, Author . Morrow $25.99 (352p) ISBN 978-0-06-172830-3
Big bad business shenanigans turn a poor little rich girl into a turbocharged avenger in bestseller Bagshawe's absorbing, if overheated, second Sheldonesque thriller (after Sidney Sheldon's Mistress of the Game ). Against her family's
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Tilly Bagshawe. HarperCollins, $26.99 (393p) ISBN 978-0-06-207342-6
Death by drowning, secret pasts, dirty politics, beautiful, ambitious women, and ice-cold killers distinguish Bagshawe's dynamic novel, commissioned by the late Sheldon's family and written in his style. As counselors at the tony Kennebunkport camp,
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Tilly Bagshawe. Morrow, $26.99 (400p) ISBN 978-0-06-230402-5
This outlandish romantic thriller from Bagshawe (Sidney Sheldon’s Angel of the Dark) picks up where the late Sheldon left off with 1985’s If Tomorrow Comes. Tracy Whitney and Jeff Stevens, a pair of attractive con artists, have spent their careers...
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Sidney Sheldon, Author, Tilly Bagshawe, Author . Morrow $25.99 (330p) ISBN 978-0-06-172838-9
Gossip Girl meets Dynasty in Bagshawe's compelling sequel to the late Sydney Sheldon's Master of the Game (1982), which chronicled the sticky power struggles of the Maxwells, America's richest family. A new generation of Maxwells...
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Tilly Bagshawe. Morrow, $26.99 (304p) ISBN 978-0-06-207341-9
At the start of Bagshawe’s intriguing third Sidney Sheldon­ homage (after 2010’s Sidney Sheldon’s After the Darkness), police answering a domestic violence call discover Andrew Jakes, an elderly art dealer, stabbed to death and nearly decapitated in
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Sidney Sheldon, Author, Tilly Bagshawe, Author, Karen Ziemba, Performed by , read by Karen Ziemba. Harper Audio $39.99 (0p) ISBN 978-0-06-184194-1
Bagshawe masterfully channels Sheldon in this sequel to his Master of the Game . A generation has passed and Kate Maxwell's grandchildren are ready to take control of the family business. With such ruthless protagonists, each more conniving and
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Sidney Sheldon, Author, Mike O'Malley, Read by, Sidney Sheldon, Read by Warner Adult $31.98 (0p) ISBN 978-1-59483-096-9
Sheldon writes his memoir as an intense and emotional rollercoaster as only he can with battling bipolar disorder nearly his entire life. From his suicide attempt at age 17 in 1934 to the publication of his first book in 1969, Sheldon has worked...
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Tilly Bagshawe. Crooked Lane, $26.99 (400p) ISBN 978-1-64385-093-1
Consulting psychologist Nikki Roberts takes on a host of bad guys—including vicious Russian mobsters, sadistic Mexican criminals, corrupt Los Angeles socialites, and greedy lawyers—in bestseller Bagshawe’s overwrought fifth contribution to the...
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