The Best Laid Plans

The Best Laid Plans

A Novel

Book - 1997
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In his rise to the presidency of the United States, lawyer Oliver Russell felt he had to jettison his love, Leslie Stewart. But Leslie also rose, becoming a newspaper tycoon in Washington and now she intends to even the score.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c1997
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 358 p. ; 25 cm

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hewanwubtaye
Jul 18, 2016

the best laid plans is the least interesting of all the books Sidney has written. first when I read the journal I was eager to read it but after reading the book I felt like it was boring. first of all, there are no laid plans. Leslie had planned to be just an owner of a media company and nothing else. she had done nothing interesting in order to bring him down. Overall, the title and the story and even the picture on the book has got nothing to do with the story.

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laksad
Oct 16, 2014

Yet another fast paced novel by Sheldon. I loved Leslie's characterization and the climax was totally unexpected.

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mariaf
Mar 18, 2009

Sheldon has a flair to keep his readers intrigued throughout his novels. I loved reading this one.

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