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In Sheldon’s Master Of The Game, readers were introduced to the glamorous saga of the Blackwell family. The saga began with the Blackwell family patriarch, Jamie MacGregor, and the theft of diamonds from Africa. Then, the saga proceeded to the influential Kate Blackwell, MacGregor’s daughter, whose efforts turned a family business into a worldwide conglomerate.
In Sidney Sheldon’s Mistress Of The Game, author Tilly Bagshawe picks up where Sheldon left off, with the next generation of the Blackwell family. In this sequel, time has not curtailed the family’s inclination for manipulation, passion, and domination. This book features the games played by Kate’s granddaughters, Alexandra and Eve. Each of the sisters battle it out to gain control of Kruger-Brent Ltd., a multi billion dollar corporation. Then, there is Lexi Templeton, who is the great-granddaughter of Kate Blackwell. She is an envious package of beauty and brains, who is determined to follow in her ancestors’ footsteps.
Eve’s son and Lexi’s cousin, Max Webster, wants a piece of the pie as well. Motivated by his desire to own Kruger-Brent, he will stop at nothing to get what he wants. To add a further twist to the plot, Bagshawe throws in another formidable character, Gabriel McGregor, a distant relative of Kate’s who grew up in poverty. His quest for a piece of the Kruger-Brent empire will lead him into the deepest vault of the Blackwell family’s secrets.
Written with Sheldon’s trademark elements, sizzling plots, page-turning narrative, and memorable characters, Bagshawe’s sequel captures Sheldon’s voice and magic beautifully in Sidney Sheldon’s Mistress Of The Game.
Sidney Sheldon’s Mistress Of The Game was published in 2009.
Tilly Bagshawe is a bestselling author and freelance journalist from London, England.
She has authored several books such as Adored, Fame, Temptation, Sidney Sheldon's Angel of the Dark and Do Not Disturb.
Bagshawe was born in London in 1973. She is a graduate from St. John’s College, in Cambridge University. She has written for British newspapers like The Daily Mail and The Sunday Times. She is married to Robin Nydes, and she has three children. Bagshawe and her family divide their time between Los Angeles and London.