Sidney Sheldon's Mistress of the Game

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HarperCollins, 2009 - Businesswomen - 407 pages
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It began with Jamie MacGregor, stealing diamonds in Africa. It continued with his daughter, the powerful Kate Blackwell, who grew her father's company into a world wide conglomerate. Now the story passes to the next generation. Mistress of the Game follows the Blackwell family as they love, lose, scheme and murder through the 80s up until the present day.

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User Review  - dimangmic - Overstock.com

I think I have read all of Sidney Sheldons past novels before his death and loved them all. Since this novel was published after he was gone I didnt know what to expect. The story was good but you ... Read full review

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User Review  - mikathomas - LibraryThing

This book definitely held my interest. However, I found the ending to be quite disappointing. I don't know if it was left that way to set it up for another book or what but I just didn't like feeling like the villain won. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Tilly Bagshawe is the internationally bestselling author of three previous novels. A teenage single mother at 17, Tilly won a place at Cambridge University and took her baby daughter with her. She went on to enjoy a successful career in The City before becoming a writer. As a journalist, Tilly contributed regularly to the Sunday Times, Daily Mail and Evening Standard before following in the footsteps of her sister Louise and turning her hand to novels.
Tilly's first book, Adored, was a smash hit on both sides of the Atlantic and she hasn't looked back since. She is married to Robin Nydes, an American businessman and former investment banker, and the couple have two young sons as well as Tilly's daughter Sefi, who is now 18. The family divide their time between their homes in Kensington and Los Angeles and their beach house on Nantucket Island.

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