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Empress Bianca Paperback – January 1, 2009
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Empress Bianca is about a woman who murders two husbands and makes off with billions of dollars . She pooh-poohs any domestic homicide Freudian score settling connection. Darling, I don t have murderous instincts, she grins. I am not a vengeful person. --Jeremy Hilder, Independent on Sunday
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January 3, 2008 -- LILY Safra will be displeased to learn that "Empress Bianca," the roman-a-clef by Lady Colin Campbell, is being published soon in the US. This is the novel Safra's lawyers forced its British publisher to remove from stores and destroy because its protaganist, whose rich husbands keep dying, was too similar to herself. There will be 17 changes in the book, according to lawyer Michael J. Griffith, a friend of Campbell who represented the convicted Ted Maher in connection with the death of Lily's husband, multi-billionaire Edmond Safra. Maher's trial has been termed a "fix." Griffith told friends at DaTommaso restaurant that Campbell informed him she'll come to New York soon for a book party thrown by publisher Dynasty Press.
This thinly veiled character assassination has to be the shabbiest, most tasteless and dire piece of writing I have had the misfortune to read. Empress Bianca is a distorted rehash of the life of Lily Safra. This piece of badly written sleaze I think degrades both 'ladies'.
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according to the copyright page. borrowed the kindle version thru local library. pretty awful for all the reasons stated in other reviews. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Elaine The Schramm
Loved reading this book. Filled with a lot of suspense and intrigue. However, the ending was a tremondous disappointment. Read morePublished on December 16, 2012 by Jill brounstein
I found this to be poorly written, thinly veiled snobbish rubbish. Ms Safra is portrayed as a social climbing, nasty piece of work, but at the same time surprisingly well liked by... Read morePublished on June 4, 2012 by Ingrid Abramson
This was a book that held my attention from the very first to the very last page. Warning to readers: This "Empress" is the epitome of evil.Published on May 29, 2010 by SPS