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Summary

It began with Jamie MacGregor, stealing diamonds in Africa. It continued with his daughter, the powerful Kate Blackwell, who grew her father's company into a world wide conglomerate. Now the story passes to the next generation.

Spanning the decades and picking up exactly where Sidney Sheldon's bestselling Master of the Game finished, Mistress of the Game follows the Blackwell family as they love, lose, scheme and murder through the 80s up until the present day.

Heart - stopping and glamorous, tense and provocative, Mistress of the Game is the sequel that Sheldon fans have been waiting for...

©2009 HarperCollins Publishers (P)2009 HarperCollins Publishers

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Great story - disappointing narration

I thoroughly enjoy Tilly Bagshaws writing but this book was spoiled by the narration and awful accents when quoting the characters. Such a shame as it spoilt this for me.

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I loved this sequel

My only criticism is I would rather a narrator didn't use an accent unless they have it off to a fine art. Otherwise beautifully read

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  • 07-05-13

Good narration but the story has no purpose

Good narration but the story has no purpose and too much negativity. There is no ending as well

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  • 31-10-11

yikes, it could be Sidney

This could be Sidney Sheldon's writing. I was so sorry when there were no more books from Sidney Sheldon (for obvious reasons) but Tilly Bradshaw is pretty much as good. These stories are not feel good happyily ever after types so I can't listen to more than one in a row, having said that, I listen to a couple fluff pieces and then head right back to Tilly's writing. Well written and read.

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  • 31-10-11

yikes, it could be Sidney

This could be Sidney Sheldon's writing. I was so sorry when there were no more books from Sidney Sheldon (for obvious reasons) but Tilly Bradshaw is pretty much as good. These stories are not feel good happyily ever after types so I can't listen to more than one in a row, having said that, I listen to a couple fluff pieces and then head right back to Tilly's writing. Well written and read.