Sidney Sheldon's After the Darkness

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Sidney Sheldon's
After the Darkness
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First edition
Author Sidney Sheldon
Tilly Bagshawe
Country United States
Language English
Genre Thriller novel
Publisher William Morrow
Publication date
May 25, 2010
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 352
ISBN 0-06-172830-6
Preceded by Sidney Sheldon's Mistress of the Game

Sidney Sheldon's After the Darkness is a 2010 novel by Tilly Bagshawe. Bagshawe began writing Sidney Sheldon works after the latter's death in 2007. After writing Mistress of the Game, Tilly Bagshawe once again recaptured the late Sidney Sheldon’s way of thriller writing in After the Darkness. The novel echoes the Bernie Madoff scandal in America.[1]

The author contends that she “[wrote] and research[ed] as Sidney did. I pretty much read all his work, dreaming it, and thought it to get it right. I tried very consciously to be true to him and sound like his voice.” [2]

Plot summary[edit]

Grace Brookstein lived a luxurious lifestyle despite the economic free fall in the US. Then suddenly her billionaire husband Lenny mysteriously disappeares in a tragic sailing accident. Along with Lenny's disappearance, Lenny's hedge fund, the Quorum, that has a $75 billion investment is also missing and everyone believes that Grace stole the money. She was convicted and imprisoned. Grace believed that she is framed. Now alone and no one to turn to, she is determined to find out who is framing her and is desperate for revenge.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Book Description: Sidney Sheldon's After The Darkness". Harper Collins. Retrieved October 29, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Review: Sidney Sheldon's After The Darkness". My.Shelf.com. Retrieved October 29, 2010.