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Enter Toni Prescott and Alette Peters. They both work with Ashley at Global Computer Graphics, but the similarities end there. Toni is a saucy, British vixen with a penchant for Internet dating and discotheques. La bella Italiana Alette, on the other hand, is a wannabe artist who prefers quiet, dreamy weekends with beefcake painters. Reminiscent of junior high school, Toni and Alette do their best to keep Ashley out of their cool clique, but find it difficult when a string of murders irrevocably binds them together. Based on a true story and laden with realistic details--not to mention a whopper of an ending--Tell Me Your Dreams is vintage Sheldon. However, there is one necessary caveat: avoid moviegoer types who insist on telling you the entire plot before you have a chance to see it. You should be doing this anyway, but take extra care with this book. Once the surprise ending is blown, so is the fun in reading it. --Rebekah Warren --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A page turner. Awesome folding of events. Confusing plot in the beginning chapters make sense after a while. But Best laid plans was better
I love Sidney Sheldon books. My favorite author ands always has been. Read his books since being teenager. Every book has me waiting for next chapter and then next. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jeanne feiler
What was Sheldon thinking? Was this book written in the dark ages? We have a child molester who is forgiven while continuing to molest children? Read morePublished 5 months ago by B. Kaminsky
Like all of Sidney Sheldon's books, the plot twists and turns. Just when you think you have it figured out, something different happens.Published 6 months ago by Maryann Rizzo