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Harry Stanford, one of the world's wealthiest man, dies mysteriously while cruising his yacht along the rugged coast of Corsica. Immediately following Stanford's funeral in Boston, a lovely young woman identifies herself as the tycoon's daughter and heir to a share of his estate. When the well-respected Stanford family looks into the identity of the unexpected heiress, they uncover a world of blackmail, drugs, and murder that leads them through the Italian Riviera, the fashion salons of Paris and New York, and the social register of Florida's Hobe Sound. Actor David Ackroyd narrates Sidney Sheldon's masterful series of events that lead to an explosive and surprise ending.

©1995 by Sheldon Literary Trust (P)1995 by Dove Audio, Inc.

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FANTASTIC!!

This was a compelling tale, that left you asking for more at the end of each chapter. Filled with suspence and a clever uniqueness, as does all Sheldons books. He is a wonderful storyteller. I would highly recommend all of his writtings.

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Great book!! Hated the narrator.

His voice grated on me. Sounded like he was talking from inside a box. I almost got used to it by the time it was over.

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Terrible audio quality ruined this story

This was a compelling story but the terrible audio quality ruined it for me. good narrator- sounded like I was listening to a transistor radio.

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Good storyline

Initially was skeptical that I would finish the listen after the first few minutes of what seems like a very old recording BUT I'm glad I gave it a chance past the first chapter because the storyline did suck me in.

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the narrator was HORRIBLE. When I first started I thought something was wrong my part. I started getting adjusted to him but he was still HORRIBLE!!!!!

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lovely Book

I just loved the book. fast pace and also mysterious. the narration was excellent too.