Morning, Noon & Night

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HarperCollins, 1996 - American fiction - 367 pages
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The Stanford family is one of the most respected in America - but behind the facade of fame and glamour lies a hidden web of blackmail, drugs and murder...

When Harry Stanford, one of the wealthiest men in the world, mysteriously drowns while cruising on his yacht off the rugged coast of Corsica, it sets off a chain of events that reverberates around the globe.

At the family gathering following the funeral in Boston, a strikingly beautiful young woman appears. She claims to be Stanford's daughter and entitled to a share of the tycoon's estate. Is she genuine, or is she an imposter?

Sweeping from the splendours of the Italian Riviera, to the fashion salons of Paris and New York, and the lite opulence of Boston and Florida, 'Morning, Noon & Night' twists and turns its way through intrigue, smoke and mirrors to a surprise ending you'll never forget...

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Not much tro it just that the story line was not as intriguing as i would have expected it to be ,but as always realy good book

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Harry Stanford is a rich businessman. While travelling on his yacht, he mysteriously falls overboard owing to a storm, leaving his entire fortune, estimated to be around six to seven billion dollars to his three children-Tyler, a circuit court judge, Kendall a successful fashion designer and Woodrow a playboy who loves playing polo. But just when they are celebrating the fact that their much-hated father finally died, their illegitimate half-sister, Julia, comes in....... 

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3
Section 2
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Section 3
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Sidney Sheldon remains one of the world's handful of top best-selling authors, having sold more than 250 million books. He is also the only writer to have won an Oscar, a Tony, an Edgar and an Emmy, and the latest Guinness Book of Records heralds him as the most translated author in the world. Many of his novels have been made into highly successful television miniseries and he has also written the screenplays for twenty-three motion pictures. He lives with his wife Alexandra in Los Angeles, Palm Springs and London.

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