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Morning, Noon & Night by Sidney Sheldon
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Oct 11, 2010

really liked it

Multi-billionaire Harry Sanford is running from something, but no one is sure exactly why he is trying to hide. Then he turns up dead, supposedly an accidental drowning while chasing some papers about his yacht while anchored in Corsica.

Harry was not an easy man to life or work with. He mocked, belittled, and emotionally tortured his three children during their childhood. His staff was treated only slightly worse. A well-known womanizer, only his wife is shocked by his affair with the children’s governess. The governess is forced to flee and his wife commits suicide.

Now that the old man is dead, the children, all adults, gather at the family home in Boston. None are sorry he’s gone, and when they learn exactly what their share of the estate is, the kids are suddenly happy.

A beautiful stranger comes knocking at the door before the will is read claiming that she is the daughter of Harry and the governess. She has all the right answers and knows things about the Sanford heirs that could not be otherwise known. Harry’s oldest son, Judge Tyler Sanford of Chicago, launches a complete investigation that only turns up an empty coffin and a lack of irrefutable evidence. Could the sultry stranger really be their sister? More dark clouds shroud the Sanfords as each of Harry’s offspring must contemplate sharing a vast fortune with a virtual stranger.


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