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If Tomorrow Comes by [Sheldon, Sidney]
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If Tomorrow Comes Kindle Edition

4.4 out of 5 stars 349 customer reviews

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‘A master storyteller at the top of his game.’ USA Today

‘Compulsively readable.’ New York Times Book Review

‘Sidney Sheldon is a master of giving the public what it wants’ Los Angeles Times

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‘A master storyteller at the top of his game.’ USA Today

‘Compulsively readable.’ New York Times Book Review

‘Sidney Sheldon is a master of giving the public what it wants’ Los Angeles Times


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1606 KB
  • Print Length: 594 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (7 Jun. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0086VH5US
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 349 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,024 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
I've read this book quite a few times now, and I still marvel at Sidney Sheldon's writing creativity. I simply love this story of daring criminality! This book is about a girl who's life is changed drastically when she is framed for a crime she didn't commit. When the one she loves turns his back on her, she finds she is all alone. Help comes from an unexpected source and when she gets out of prison, she simply wants one word - REVENGE. The excellent plot twists and turns, leaving the reader wondering where the story will go next. Sidney Sheldon is an excellent writer - this book is just one superb example. BUY IT if you like thrillers!
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Story is about a girl whose life is shattered due to a horrible set-up that leads to her sentence in prison. After getting out she discovers that work and life is not easy. She ends up getting in the robbery business and becomes a master at it. This book is excellent and even though I read it when I was 16, it really got me into Sidney Sheldon Books in general. Forget about James Bond and forget about the Thomas Crown Affair and Entrapment - this book is miles better by far and still retains a value even now. It MUST be read because I could never put it down - the description of prision life, of prisoners in general is brillaint and Sidney Sheldon is a master story teller; you can tell he does his research. The book is supercalafragalasticatesmealadocous!
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I read and loved all of Sidney Sheldon’s books back in the 80s when they were first published so was delighted to rediscover them on my Kindle. You have to bear in mind his books were written 30 or so years ago, long before the Internet, mobile phones and sophisticated technology were part of everyday life, so younger readers may not appreciate his books.

Our main character, the very likeable and honest Tracy, finds herself framed for a crime she did not commit and in her quest to seek revenge on those that set her up unwittingly ends up becoming one of the greatest con artists ever - but only ever doing over the rich and greedy! OK, so it’s not exactly fine literature or indeed very realistic (especially by today’s standards), but the scams are pure genius, there are so many twists and turns along the way and you’ll find it hard to put the book down. It’s pure fun and escapism. You have to wonder where Sheldon conjured up such a wide criminal mind from and there is no denying Sheldon was certainly an exceptionally brilliant storyteller with a vivid imagination!

The book closes with an opportunity for a sequel. Unfortunately, Sheldon was not able to write this in his lifetime but young writer, Tilly Bagshaw, has undertaken this posthumously, writing under the name of Sidney Sheldon. I’ve not yet read the sequel – or any of her other books – and will be interested to see if she is able carry on the great master’s style of writing.
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I read a Sidney Sheldon book some years ago and enjoyed it, so when this came up on Kindle as a bargain offer I decided to buy it. I can see why Mr Sheldon was such a best-selling author. It's a gripping book with various strands and full of excitement. And it keeps you on edge until the very end. In a way it has a touch of Riley the Ace of Spies: one scarcely related, exciting incident after another. And another parallel is The Sting.

The events are on occasion harrowing and on others are perhaps a bit far fetched. Sometimes (pelota in the Basque country, flamenco and Majorcan caves) you feel you might be reading an interesting travel guide, though on at least one occasion it errs a bit. The ancient churches of the Netherlands date back to mediaeval rather than "pagan days". And the "picturesque (coastal) village" of Alkmaar is an inland city of 95,000 people (with a well known football team). On the other hand we are spared explicit sex scenes and schmaltz, except briefly towards the end.

All in all this is a very good read. I found it hard to put down.
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By Frenchie TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 13 Aug. 2012
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I read this book about 15 years ago and I remember I thoroughly enjoyed it for the strength of the heroine . The other day, I was browsing Kindle shop and was agreeably surprised to find it in Kindle form and I knew I had to re-read it. The magic of Sidney Sheldon's story telling was still there, but being older and wiser (I hope), I did find it a little over the top. Of course, I still believe that, no matter what life throws at you, you can bounce back, and Tracey, the main character is a proof of that. Basically, the story is that of young woman whose perfect life is turned upside down when she makes the mistake of confronting alone the ruthless man who is the cause of her mother's suicide. Framed for a crime she did not commit, she is sent to a women's prison where she experiences gang rape on the first night and solitary detention. Coming back from the brink of despair, she earns the respect of her cellmates. But one of the inmate is a terrible threat to her but eventually she is released because she does an heroic act on the day she was going to escape (which prevents her from being caught). Once in the outside, she realises there is not going back to her old life and eventually, arrives on the doorstep of a highly double crosser con artist jeweller. But Tracey is not the innocent little girl anymore. She manages to outwit the double crosser, and from then on, there is no turning back. With the help of her British mentor, she become a kind of financial avenger, stealing from the unscrupulous riches (never from the 'normal' rich). She is very successful but lonely. And someone is hot on her trail. She becomes his obsession. He haunts her every step. Will she be caught?
You have to read the book to find out.
I marked If Tomorrow Comes 5 stars.
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