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Sidney Sheldon novels list

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The Naked Face (1970)
The Other Side of Midnight (1973)
A Stranger in the Mirror (1976)
Bloodline (1977)
Rage of Angels (1980)
Master of the Game (1982)
If Tomorrow Comes (1985)
Windmills of the Gods (1987)
The Sands of Time (1988)
Memories of Midnight (1990)*
The Stars Shine Down (1992)
Nothing Lasts Forever (1994)
Morning, Noon and Night (1995)
The Best Laid Plans (1997)
The Doomsday Conspiracy (1991)
Tell Me Your Dreams (1998)
The Sky Is Falling (2001)
[[Are You Afraid of the Dark? (novel) (2004)
[[Sidne*The Pavid Pavilion (1985)
y Sheldon's Mistress of the Game]] (2009)
Sidney Sheldon's After the Darkness (2010)
Sidney Sheldon's The Prince of the Darkness

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This post should probably be in the Authors forum but here goes:

A lot of his novels became movies or TV miniseries. And he wrote two plays "Roman Candle" and "The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer" (some may remember Cary Grant and Shirley Temple in that one). He also penned three children's picture books and a non-fiction novel "The Other Side Of Me" (2005). There's talk of a posthumous novel coming out in 2012.

So what do you like about him?
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I have moved this thread to the Authors forum :D
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Post by Bighuey »

Ive only read one of his books, I dont remember the name but it was about women getting murdered with their throats cut. The killer would tie a red ribbon around their necks. I remember I liked it, seeing this post reminded me of that.

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Post by Kdor11 »

I have only read ' Rage of Angels ' and I really like it because of the 'mob' association.

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Post by Ms.C »

I've read three "Nothing Lasts Forever", "Sands of Time" and "If Tomorrow Comes". I like the last one :)

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He also penned three children's picture books and a non-fiction novel "The Other Side Of Me" (2005). There's talk of a posthumous novel coming out in 2012.


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Post by Sejal Mutha »

Sidney Sheldon is the first author to introduce me to crime, suspense and a lot of thrill! His books are an escape route from the daily monotonous lives we lead. Each of his characters ( mostly female) are fresh and amazing to read about! After a few books the climax were kind off predictable but that did not stop me from reading those fast paced and smooth books.
The Doomsday Conspiracy and If Tomorrow Comes are my two personal favorite! both consist of completely different story lines and the mind put behind these plots are mind boggling! I hope you guys enjoy reading them as much as I did!

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Post by owlowl152 »

Thank you! I just started his first novel to read, it will be useful to have the entire list))

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Post by chensea »

Thank you for this list!

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Post by Miriam Molina »

I have read all of Sydney Sheldon's 18 books and love them all. Unfortunately, he has passed on.

Another writer is continuing the Sheldon tradition and writes books using his original characters. I haven't tried any of those yet though.

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I have read if tomorrow comes. It's such an awesome book.

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Post by mamalui »

I read windmills of the gods and loved it. Out of that list I have read seven books and have three in my library. Great author!
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Post by Winnie lindiyo »

Ive read two of his books i.e Master of the Game and The sands of Time that talks about Four nuns who moved out of the convent to face the hostile world and end up in forbidden love story

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Post by Uche Balogun »

Oh, Sidney! Where shall I start? I love the way he surprises me, I get so immersed when I'm reading his books.
Funny enough, I used to think Sidney Sheldon was a woman, the name just sounded feminine to me, lol.

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