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Book Reviews of A Stranger in the Mirror

A Stranger in the Mirror
A Stranger in the Mirror
Author: Sidney Sheldon
ISBN-13: 9780446356572
ISBN-10: 0446356573
Publication Date: 8/16/1988
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 47 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
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16 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

redhatter avatar reviewed A Stranger in the Mirror on + 577 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
The reader is almost unable to bear the suspense. The climax is stunning, a nightmare scenario guaranteed to make the blood run cold.
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The story of Toby Temple, super star & super bastard, adored by his vast TV & movie public yet isolated from real, human contact by his own suspicion & distrust.
Elle avatar reviewed A Stranger in the Mirror on + 15 more book reviews
An interesting story on the entertainment business. Good Read.
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Hollywood tale of fame, fortune and murder.
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The store of Toby Temple, super star and super bastard, adored by his vast tv and movie public yet isolated from real, human contact by his own suspicion and distrust.
And the story of Jill Castle, who came to Hollywood to be a star and discovered she had to buy her way with her body.
A lonely man. A disillusioned girl, pursuing dreams of stardom and carrying a terrible secret. In a world of predators, they are bound to each other by a love so ruthless, so strong, it is more than human - and less.
Booksmart1 avatar reviewed A Stranger in the Mirror on + 48 more book reviews
Very fast paced!
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Typical Sidney Sheldon suspense.
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I enjoyed this book. A little Hollywood for what I normally read. It took awhile for the story to get going but overall a good book.
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Story of a lonely man, disallusioned girl, pursuing dreams of stardom
minimo avatar reviewed A Stranger in the Mirror on + 57 more book reviews
Sheldon is always good.
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The kind of book that keeps readers turning pages.
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Sidney Sheldon is a master! A male superstar and a woman who wants to be cross paths.
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The typical rags to riches plot. I did not enjoy reading this book, but it did have some moments. How vindictive and self-destroying one becomes with fame and glory.
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Santa delayed. The problem is his pants; the cleaner has mistakenly sent them to N.Y.C. plutocrat Rich Rump, and the arrogant Rump won't even listen to Santa's urgent tale of woe. Neither will anyone else; unrecognized, he's arrested for loitering and sentenced to six months--during which Christmas doesn't happen and the economy languishes. By the time Santa emerges, Rump is trying to peddle the pants on a street corner and has mellowed enough to present them to Santa as a gift (``They're so you''). And Christmas finally comes!
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A fascinating story!
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Product Description

Toby Temple is a superstar, the world's funniest man. He gets any woman that he wants, but under the superstar image is a lonely man. Jill Castle is a sensuous starlet. She has a dark and mysterious past and has an ambition even greater than Toby's. Together they rule Hollywood.
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