One of the world's most beloved and successful novelists, the incomparable Barbara Taylor Bradford has the golden touch—creating powerful stories of love and deception, crisis and triumph, that resonate with real emotion . . . and remarkable characters that live in the heart and memory for months after the final page has been turned. Now two of her strongest New York Times bestselling masterworks have been combined in one volume—to be savored anew or for the very first time by fans young and old.
Successful businesswoman Meredith Stratton has always played by Her Own Rules and won. But when she's struck by a mysterious illness, she fears the roots of her ailment are buried somewhere in her forgotten past. And, with the help of a caring psychiatrist, she must uncover them—while peeling back the layers of her most carefully designed creation: herself.
Who would want to kill Sebastian Locke, charismatic millionaire and universally admired philanthropist? Journalist Vivienne Trent is determined to find out, following a twisted trail of secrets to the startling truth about the death—and the life—of her enigmatic ex-husband, a man who was easy to love but . . . Dangerous to Know
Barbara Taylor Bradford was born and raised in Leeds, and worked as a journalist in London. Her first novel, A Woman of Substance, is an enduring bestseller and has been followed by many more, including the Harte series. Barbara’s books have sold over eighty-five million copies worldwide in more than ninety countries and forty languages, and ten miniseries and television movies have been made of her books. She lives in New York City with her husband, television producer Robert Bradford.read more