The Stars Shine Down

The Stars Shine Down

Book - 1992
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The Stars Shine Down is Sidney Sheldons twelfth and most passionate novel, set against the glamorous world of international business and featuring a complex and compelling heroine faced with a series of life-shattering decisions.

Lara Cameron is young and beautiful. Rising from a past she seeks to repress, she achieves her wildest ambition, creating a much envied business empire. Then, overnight, all that has gone before, her fortune, her achievements, and her marriageeverythingis at risk.

Paul Martin, a brilliant but mysterious lawyer who is captivated by Lara, finally is faced with her desire for independence and his own compulsion no to let her go.

Howard Keller, Laras longtime friend and mentor, is torn between loyalty to her and maintaining a terrifying secret, one that must never be revealedespecially to Lara.

It is Philip Adler who offers Lara an exciting new world, but at a devastating price that threatens to destroy them both.

From Scotland to Nova Scotia, New York to London, Rome to Reno, The Stars Shine Down is classic Sidney Sheldon, featuring the startling shocks and amazing surprises millions of readers have come to expect and love. It is also a highlight in a continuum of virtuoso performances by the man everyone turns to for irresistible romance, cliff-hanger suspense, and the totally unexpected.

Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c1992.
ISBN: 9780688084905
Characteristics: 400 pages ;,25 cm.


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Ira_Elias Jun 24, 2012

Great book....really enjoy it...


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Ira_Elias Jun 29, 2012

A young woman who grew up very poor in Europe...comes to America and works very hard to be successful in Real Estate and find true love....


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Ira_Elias Jun 29, 2012

"Hard work will help you achieve anything ----even love!!!"

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