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Betrayal
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Danielle Steel has written another page-turner. Try and put it down. Tallie Jones is a famous and ambitious film director in Los Angeles. Unusually, her focus is equally on her close-knit family rather than just the glamour of her profession, although totally dedicated and committed to both. An organised, practical down-to earth girl. As usual, spreading time and emotion, within a seemingly ideal setting, can lead to the beginnings of things going awry. Organised people need friends and colleagues. People she has trusted for years maybe are not what they seem. Trust often may lead to betrayal. Unfairly for Tallie, effects fall on her family and friends. From a secure surrounding, her world begins to crumble. Familiar sequelae of not being in total control lead to unexpected, personal outcomes. Danielle Steel narrates in her own style, gripping her readership. Her signature is written throughout the novel and her finales always are awaited with unpredictable anticipation. This is a most enjoyable book written with engaging prose that tugs on the emotions and heartbeat. Highly recommended.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on 11 April 2012
This is the best Danielle Steel novel I have read in a long time. I was getting very tired of her overdone characters, unbelievable plot lines and rushed storylines, in particular the endless "I love you's" two minutes after central characters had got together.
THIS book concentrates on a great storyline, and actually reminded me of some of her earlier and finer stories, Steel here is writing about a subject she knows (crime) and she avoids 'drivel', focusing on what is happening and keeping the attention on the plot subject. I particularly liked the short 'epilogue' at the end that brought everything together. I wish she would write more books like this one.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 23 October 2012
I really enjoyed Betrayal written by Danielle Steel it was a great story and I found it difficult to put it down as it was so good. I will definetly buy her other books to read. Linda
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 1 September 2012
i have read lots of danielle steel books but this one is the best by far i couldnt put it down a brilliant story for all danielle steel fans jan gardens plymouth
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 31 October 2012
As always excellent read gripping storyline . Could not put down once started. Danielle steel never fails to amaze me. Now on her next book.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Tallie Jones is a successful film director, living in Hollywood and leading a happy, hectic and fulfilled life which she shares with her father Sam, daughter Max, partner Hunter and her very closest friend and personal assistant Brigitte.
When her dependable accountant does an audit which shows up a number of discrepancies Tallie's life is suddenly shattered, it becomes very clear that she is being deceived by someone she undoubtedly trusted.
An easy, light and enjoyable read, reminiscent of Danielle Steel's earlier novels.
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on 18 April 2012
I have been an avid Danielle Steel fan for as long as I can remember, starting my collection at the local flea market, collecting 6 or 7 books each week for 50p each. Now I 'have' to purchase each of her new books as soon as they are out. Hasd this one delivered to my Kindle and, as all the others, it did not disappoint, however, was slightly predictable - but after 40+ books then you kind of know what the outcome is going to be, still going to remain part of my collection and will be re-read at some point in the future.
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on 28 July 2013
I haven't read a Danielle Steel for a while despite having read about 45 of her books since I was 16 and absolutely loved this one. As usual Steel has a very easy to read style and her books are full of twists and turns, even if some are predictable. I read her books because I enjoy the escapism, the interesting settings, the easy to like characters and the light storylines. This book didn't disappoint in any of those aspects. I read the book over a weekend and would highly recommend it to both new and old fans.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 22 January 2013
as always if you like danielle steel you will love this a great read right to the end love it
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on 5 September 2013
I have read better from Danielle Steel and although this one was good, I didn't find that it kept me thinking about it after I had finished reading like Legacy did. I am a fan of hers and enjoy reading her books but this one gave bit too much detail on the characters in the beginning, which kind of made it obvious to who was going to be the ones to betray Tallie.
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