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The Best Laid Plans (Large Print)
The Best Laid Plans - Large Print
Author: Sidney Sheldon
ISBN-13: 9781568654508
ISBN-10: 1568654502
Publication Date: 9/1/1997
Rating:
  • Currently 4.6/5 Stars.
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4.6 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: GuildAmerica Books
Book Type: Hardcover
Large Print: Yes
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The latest from the indefatigable Sheldon is full of manipulators, dirty dealers, and dastardly rascals, all snatching at power--political, financial, sexual, or all the above; in other words, business as usual in Sidney's World. The Best Laid Plans begins with the meeting and mating of Oliver Russell, a promising young attorney-cum-gubernatorial candidate, and Leslie Stewart, the beautiful go-getter who is running his public relations campaign. Just as the pair is about to be wed, Russell's mentor, Senator Todd Davis, offers him a deal he can't refuse: marry my daughter and I will make you president. Russell accepts and Stewart vows revenge. The lion's share of The Best Laid Plans revolves around the young pol's rise to power and Stewart's byzantine plotting to bring him to grief. Russell gives his phony wife plenty of opportunities because, like every fictional president (and some real ones), Russell has an unruly libido. Reading this book is like waiting for a train wreck, bracing for the inevitable collision; but to Sheldon's credit, the titanic scandal that ends the novel is not quite what you expect...
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I liked this book. Good read. I love all of Sheldon's books that I've read.
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The story of the beautiful and ambitious LEslie Stewart, who learns that for some men power is the greatest aphrodisiac, and of Oliver Russell, hte handsome governor of a small southern state, who finds out why hell has no fury like a women scorned.