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The World Is Full Of Married Men

3.66 of 5 stars 3.66  ·  rating details  ·  1,180 ratings  ·  30 reviews
In the greedy, grasping media business, married men don't stay that way for long ...David Cooper cheats ...his wife doesn't ...but then Claudia comes into his life and David wants out of his marriage. But Claudia wants her name in lights and doesn't care how she gets there.
Paperback, 176 pages
Published May 7th 2010 by Pan (first published January 1st 1960)
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Kerryn (RatherBeReading)
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Reading Challenge: A popular author's first book.
I was surprised at how short this book was. Usually her books are super long and boring and I can never finish them. This one was just short and boring. It's not nearly as dirty as her other books, thankfully. The characters weren't really likable and I felt like it really just wasn't going anywhere.
Daphne Sleigh
Well, that was an interesting adventure into 1969, from the mind of a feminist that would be (and is) right at home today. I read it after hearing Jackie Collins interviewed was fun, well written and short, but I can't say it was particularly mind expanding. :)
Oh my gooooood! This book was the most amazing piece of trash I have read in a long time. Not since Valley of the Dolls has a book made me feel so scummy and awesome. I highly recommend.
Wordless Rebel, We live the dreams of others
I remember reading this, maybe five years ago...yep thats right, thats the impression it left on me! :D
The Good: Jackie Collins never fails to bring sexy, scandalous, and utterly addictive into every novel she writes. The World is Full of Married Men brings everything you would expect. Witty, engaging, ritzy and devious, this is the inside look into the lives of the Hollywood elite that we can't help wanting to know.

The Bad: The World Full of Married Men is one of Jackie Collins' earliest books and it does show. The writing isn't nearly as clear and well crafted as her subsequent books. The chara
Great story line

Because it's was a good .the characters played out well;loved this book!!!
Well done Ms Collins. You out did yourself
It was okay, not Jackie's best.
This was the first book by author Jackie Collins. This has been a book i've been waiting to read forever since she is my favorite author and I was interested to see where her journey began. The book is different from her style now and although published in the late sixties- it doesn't seem completely dated. Overall an 'okay' read and one I recommend to people who follow her works. Otherwise the simplistic and rushed style of writing, may not appeal to everyone else. She has definitely come a lon ...more
Did not finish. Page 28. I knew I should have checked on here first when I found the ebook. Hard to get into right from the start. Not what I was expecting for the genre it was classified under. Not my cup of tea.
Michelle Bacon
The early years of Jackie Collins and a different writing style to boot. The book trlls the story of film producers, women desperate to be in their films and doing whatever it takes. Marriages gone sour after illustrious affairs and revenge.
Fair for an early Collins piece but over the years her entertainment value has increased.
If you want to read a good love story full with intrigues, then this is what you're searching for. This book shows the weaknesses of people who don't appreciate what they have until they start to realize their mistakes in personal life. Those mistakes will push you in the deeper hole without exit.
Davina Bell
Although I only gave this novel 2 stars..... Ms. Collins is still additive reading!!!!! It is like reading the gossip of others lives. The characters were not rounded, but it still hard to put the novel down!!!! Reality shows have nothing on her novels.
Lucy Crook
I read this book as I am big fan of the Santangelo novels by the same author. I wasnt very impressed is to put it boldly. I read this in a day just so I could say I had read it and done with it.
Pat Baratta
Jackie Collins' books are quite similar in theme, sex, interesting, diverse characters and you're constantly wondering, "Who is she writting about now"?
Classic Collins. Jackie Collins brings her characters alive in a way that no other has been able to do yet. Tragically flawed and yet oh so good.
Typical Jackie Collins, enjoyable read, the main guy got what he deserved in the end.

I enjoyed it thoughly
Mar 08, 2011 Gemma marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
This is not a joke. I really want to read this - I've never read anything by Jackie Collins and I feel like I should.
Kayla Quay
terrible. I read hollywood kids first and this was a bit of a disappointment. it didnt really have a point...
Yamini Chandra
It was like reading porn. The guy is a total MCP.
The best Jackie Collins book I've read so far. Loved it!
Liked it a lot. I'm gonna get more books by Jackie.
There's a plot with my romance!
Definitely not the best Jackie Collins
Another one for the teans.
Sandy Batesel
Loved it. Classic Collins!
Siobhan (tigress5cubs)
Aug 13, 2008 Siobhan (tigress5cubs) rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Women
Shelves: fiction, romance
Good fluff reading.
Yaa A.
This is my favorite novel by Jackie Collins, fun and addictive also one of her few books that she shows some sense of humor.
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There have been many imitators, but only Jackie Collins can tell you what really goes on in the fastest lane of all. From Beverly Hills bedrooms to a raunchy prowl along the streets of Hollywood; from glittering rock parties and concerts to stretch limos and the mansions of power brokers-Jackie Collins chronicles the real truth from the inside looking out.

Jackie Collins has been called a "raunchy
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