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If Tomorrow Comes

Sidney Sheldon

Average Review Rating Average Rating 7/10 (1 Review)
Book Details

Publisher : Harper Collins

Published : 1985

Copyright : Sheldon Literary Trust 1985

ISBN-10 : PB 0-00-647967-7
ISBN-13 : PB 978-0-00-647967-3

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Tracy Whitney is on top of the world. Young, beautiful, intelligent, she is about to marry into wealth and glamour - until, betrayed by her own innocence, she finds herself in prison, framed by a ruthless Mafia gang, abandoned by the man she loves.

Beaten and broken, but surviving with dazzling ingenuity, Tracy emerges from her savage ordeal - determined to avenge herself on those who have destroyed her life... from New Orleans to London, Paris, Madrid and Amsterdam, Tracy plays for the highest stakes in a deadly game...

Only one man can challenge her; he's handsome, persuasive and every bit as daring.

And only one man can stop her: an evil genius whose only hope of salvation is in Tracy's destruction...

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Review by Chrissi (011001) Rating (7/10)

Review by Chrissi
Rating 7/10
I know this is a bit cheesy, but I do quite like some of Sidney Sheldon's books. This is the one about a woman who, when she finds herself alone and in prison because she has been framed by some villains, sets out to one, get free and two, have her revenge.

The way that she achieves her goals is novel, and when she is done it's more like a Robin Hood story than a modern tale. Conning only people of dubious morals, she travels the world, chased by a man her equal in the ethics stakes.

Rather whiter than white, completely blameless of anything other than being naive, Tracy makes an interesting heroine, even if she is obviously written by a man. There is a rather gruesome bit in prison, but apart from that, it is just quite a good read.
Chrissi (1st October 2001)

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