A Sudden Change of Heart

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 10, 2008 - Fiction - 400 pages
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From master storyteller Barbara Taylor Bradford comes a magnificent new novel, a powerful, moving story of two women, two families, and an extraordinary friendship challenged by tragedy and a devastating secret from the past....

Some secrets are too terrible to share--even with your best friend....

Nothing hurts like the truth.  A truth that has haunted Claire Benson all her life. A truth that Claire has revealed to no one, not even to her best friend, International art dealer Laura Valiant. But the friendship that has sheltered both women throughout childhood, marriage and divorce is about to meet its greatest test.  Suddenly old nightmares surface as Claire turns to her dearest friend for help.  And as Laura's career leads her into the past, in an investigation of artwork stolen by the Nazis, she uncovers disturbing links to the present, to Claire, and a profoundly personal reason to follow a twisted trail to its surprising end....


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Bradford's latest offering covers familiar territory--the playgrounds, decor, and travails of the rich and famous. It is the adventures of Laura Valiant, art adviser, that concern the reader in this ... Read full review

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Art dealer Laura finds herself investigating the family of a best friend's ex-husband, who may be implicated in the sale of artworks stolen by the Nazis. Read full review

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Barbara Taylor Bradford was born in Leeds, Yorkshire, and was a reporter for the Yorkshire Evening Post at sixteen. By the age of twenty she had graduated to London's Fleet Street as both editor and columnist. In 1979, she published her first novel, A Woman of Substance, and that enduring bestseller was followed by fourteen others, most recently Power of a Woman. Her novels have sold more than fifty-nine million copies worldwide in more than eighty-eight countries and thirty-eight languages. Barbara Taylor Bradford lives in New York City and Connecticut with her husband, film producer Robert Bradford.


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