Remember Author:Barbara Taylor Bradford Barbara Taylor Bradford, the author of such international best-sellers as "A Woman of Substance" and "The Women in His Life", once again demonstrates her superb storytelling gifts in an electrifying new novel. Set in the dynamic world of TV news, REMEMBER tells the story of a woman haunted the the mustery of her greatest love. — Television war c... more »orrespondent Nicky Wells is a media superstar, courageous, beautiful, and renowned for her hard-hitting reports from the world's battlefields and trouble spots. But her life is shattered when she loses the only man she has ever truly loved, dashing English aristocrat Charles Devereaux.
Nicky finds solace in her work, and in her friendship with photographer Cleeland Donovan, and together they report on the massacre in Beijing's Tiananmen Square during the student protest in 1989. After a romantic interlude in Provence, Nicky wonders if she might finally be able to fall in love again. But suddenly she is forced to remember Charles Devereaux when she is confronted with disturbing suspicions about this remarkable man and his mysterious double life.
And so Nicky embarks on a quest to discover the truth about Devereaux, a journey that will take her from New York and Provence to Rome, London and Madrid. Her search will draw on every investigative skill Nicky has learned, and it will challenge everything she thought she knew about Charles Devereaux, herself, and her life.
REMEMBER is a story you will never forget, a story filled with the passion, intrigue, and suspense readers have come to expect from Barbara Taylor Bradford.« less
This book kept my interest because muc of it is set in VietNam during the war there, and I spent some three years in VietNam. The scenes in Saigon tell a reporter's eye view of the city, but also immerses you in the situation at the time. I was interested but somewhat skeptical of a female war journalist, however, the story is tied up with her personal life, and I reverberated with the pull the country and the war had on one. She also talks about Tianenman Square the the happenings there which made me understand it much better. I would say, Read this book.