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A power revered by presidents and kings, a fortune unsurpassed by few people on earth: all that ended for Harry Stanford the day he mysteriously — and fatally — plunged from his luxury yacht into the Mediterranean Sea. Then, back home in Boston, as the family gathers to grieve for his memory and to war over his legacy, a stunningly beautiful young woman appears. She claims A power revered by presidents and kings, a fortune unsurpassed by few people on earth: all that ended for Harry Stanford the day he mysteriously — and fatally — plunged from his luxury yacht into the Mediterranean Sea. Then, back home in Boston, as the family gathers to grieve for his memory and to war over his legacy, a stunningly beautiful young woman appears. She claims to be Stanford's long-lost daughter and entitled to her share of his estate. Now, flaming with intrigue and passion through the glamorous preserves of the world's super rich, the ultimate game of wits begins, for stakes too dazzling and deadly to imagine. Alternate cover for this ISBN can be found here


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A power revered by presidents and kings, a fortune unsurpassed by few people on earth: all that ended for Harry Stanford the day he mysteriously — and fatally — plunged from his luxury yacht into the Mediterranean Sea. Then, back home in Boston, as the family gathers to grieve for his memory and to war over his legacy, a stunningly beautiful young woman appears. She claims A power revered by presidents and kings, a fortune unsurpassed by few people on earth: all that ended for Harry Stanford the day he mysteriously — and fatally — plunged from his luxury yacht into the Mediterranean Sea. Then, back home in Boston, as the family gathers to grieve for his memory and to war over his legacy, a stunningly beautiful young woman appears. She claims to be Stanford's long-lost daughter and entitled to her share of his estate. Now, flaming with intrigue and passion through the glamorous preserves of the world's super rich, the ultimate game of wits begins, for stakes too dazzling and deadly to imagine. Alternate cover for this ISBN can be found here

30 review for Morning, Noon & Night

  1. 4 out of 5

    Marnie (Enchanted Bibliophile)

    2018 Subjects Specific Reading Challenge I have 30 books with specific subjects that I need to read Book 2: A crime novel A quick read First Sentence: Dmitry asked, 'Do you know we're being followed, Mr Stanford?' Sidney Sheldon is one of those easy reading writers. You pick-up the book and before you know, you've read have of it. Gripping, full of plot twists and interesting characters you can't help but like what's in your hand. I should definitely make a priority to read the other Sheldon books on 2018 Subjects Specific Reading Challenge I have 30 books with specific subjects that I need to read Book 2: A crime novel A quick read First Sentence: Dmitry asked, 'Do you know we're being followed, Mr Stanford?' Sidney Sheldon is one of those easy reading writers. You pick-up the book and before you know, you've read have of it. Gripping, full of plot twists and interesting characters you can't help but like what's in your hand. I should definitely make a priority to read the other Sheldon books on my shelf.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lynai

    The downside of having read too much Sidney Sheldon is that you already know what to expect – surprising plot twists. That is why while reading this book I was already making bets with myself as to who the real culprit was. The thing is, Sheldon spoiled the fun for me as he already revealed the perpetrator early on in the story. Or so I thought. Because a few pages before it ends, something turns the story around. But still, the surprise I was preparing myself for wasn’t as that much of a surpri The downside of having read too much Sidney Sheldon is that you already know what to expect – surprising plot twists. That is why while reading this book I was already making bets with myself as to who the real culprit was. The thing is, Sheldon spoiled the fun for me as he already revealed the perpetrator early on in the story. Or so I thought. Because a few pages before it ends, something turns the story around. But still, the surprise I was preparing myself for wasn’t as that much of a surprise. Just an “oh okay” reaction from me. Nothing mind numbing. Nothing that made me turn to the previous pages so that I can fully grasp what happened. AND. I couldn’t help comparing it to Rage of Angels, which for me is Sheldon’s best, so far. Morning, Noon & Night is divided into three parts: Morning, Noon and Night. (Why aren’t you surprised?) And just as one day consists of a morning, a noon, and a night, one day is all you need to finish reading the book. Or less. A fun read. I liked it. Now, on to something new. A more detailed review on http://lynaireads.luigiandlynai.net

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sully (thysaltymar)

    This was the first Sidney Sheldon book I have read. After reading this, I'm inlove with Sidney Sheldon. VERY INLOVE. OSM characters. OSM AUTHOR. OSM story. OSM conflict. OSM. VERY OSM. This was the first Sidney Sheldon book I have read. After reading this, I'm inlove with Sidney Sheldon. VERY INLOVE. OSM characters. OSM AUTHOR. OSM story. OSM conflict. OSM. VERY OSM.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ajla

    And my 7th book for the Booktube-a-thon is done!! Amazing read, just like you would expect from Sidney Sheldon.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Avanthika

    Harry Stanford - Cruel, self-made millionaire is falling off from his yacht into raging sea. Before his murder mystery gets solved, his children are gathering to share their father's wealth. Story starts when his illegitimate child Julia Stanford joins the race. Mystery unveils slowly & steadily. The final twist about the supposed "wealth" proves why Sidney Sheldon is the best storyteller of the century. Harry Stanford - Cruel, self-made millionaire is falling off from his yacht into raging sea. Before his murder mystery gets solved, his children are gathering to share their father's wealth. Story starts when his illegitimate child Julia Stanford joins the race. Mystery unveils slowly & steadily. The final twist about the supposed "wealth" proves why Sidney Sheldon is the best storyteller of the century.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Una Tiers

    Nice plot twisting all over. Characters I couldn't invest in one bit. Nice plot twisting all over. Characters I couldn't invest in one bit.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Renuka Dixit

    I have read lots of sidney sheldon novels...are you afraid of the dark,bloodline,if tomorrow comes,tell me your dreams.....all of them being fantastic novels i expected a bit more from this one...it ended just as the steam had started gathering up....no suspense..a bit predictable...not one of sheldon's best for me... I have read lots of sidney sheldon novels...are you afraid of the dark,bloodline,if tomorrow comes,tell me your dreams.....all of them being fantastic novels i expected a bit more from this one...it ended just as the steam had started gathering up....no suspense..a bit predictable...not one of sheldon's best for me...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    1.5 What a lot of nasty unpleasant characters. A few of them develop some slightly redeeming characteristics in the course of the book, but the only really nice person from first to last is Julia and she just does not deserve to be thrown in among these others. The first Sidney Sheldon I have read and probably also the last. Popsugar challenge 2018: A book with a time of day in the title

  9. 5 out of 5

    Pooja

    Do you know those books where you are waiting for the person to come back from the dead at any moment, because you don't believe that powerful people can die this easily? So there must be some twist to their death? This is that book. Do you know those books where you are waiting for the person to come back from the dead at any moment, because you don't believe that powerful people can die this easily? So there must be some twist to their death? This is that book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    A Turtles Nest Book Reviews

    As always Sydney Sheldon never fails to capture and keep your attention. Yes, in the real world things rarely work out for the better but that's why we read isnt it? Her method of writing is easily read and her storylines are based on events that happen. In this case a billionaire father who tortured his kids mentally is thought to leave a hefty inheritance. With mental abuse and neglect one was bound to take the bad road. As always Sydney Sheldon never fails to capture and keep your attention. Yes, in the real world things rarely work out for the better but that's why we read isnt it? Her method of writing is easily read and her storylines are based on events that happen. In this case a billionaire father who tortured his kids mentally is thought to leave a hefty inheritance. With mental abuse and neglect one was bound to take the bad road.

  11. 4 out of 5

    H.M. Flath

    Morning, Noon and Night by Sidney Sheldon is an easy, quick-read and enjoyable novel filled with intrigue and subterfuge. Having read several novels by Sidney Sheldon, I was looking for and anticipating interesting twists which I have come to expect from this author. I certainly was not disappointed as many curve balls were thrown but I was surprised by the one where I learned that the cruel, wealthy billionaire, Harry Stanford, actually had no money at all. I guess that is what makes Sidney She Morning, Noon and Night by Sidney Sheldon is an easy, quick-read and enjoyable novel filled with intrigue and subterfuge. Having read several novels by Sidney Sheldon, I was looking for and anticipating interesting twists which I have come to expect from this author. I certainly was not disappointed as many curve balls were thrown but I was surprised by the one where I learned that the cruel, wealthy billionaire, Harry Stanford, actually had no money at all. I guess that is what makes Sidney Sheldon such a wonderful storyteller. The main characters, Tyler, Kendal, Woody and Julia, were all strong, real, believable characters and all were consistent in their own character throughout the entire novel. My disappointment in the novel, rests with the conversations. In my opinion, I found the conversations stilted, shallow and often unbelievable. Also, my personal preference when reading a novel is to enjoy description and detail which was very sparse in this novel. Sidney Sheldon created a story that again kept me reading right to the end even though it certainly is not his best work and I definitely will continue to pluck his books from the shelves for a good read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Abdirahman Nur

    One of the best books I've ever read. It was amazing. I would recommend this to anyone one out there. One of the best books I've ever read. It was amazing. I would recommend this to anyone one out there.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Gisela Hausmann

    Excellent, as almost all Sidney Sheldon books, only the plot is a bit overdone. Harry Stanford is meaner than mean and Tyler is more corrupt than a judge could possibly be.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Giridharan

    Wow!! One of the best Sidney Sheldon I have read.The book is a classic.You never know what to expect as you keep turning pages.The plot is a good old one - a wealthy father cruel to his children and the children trying to get hold of their father's wealth.But Sidney has made it a refreshing tale filled with twists and turns that make you feel if riding in a roller coaster is better.The witty and cold - blooded Judge Tyler Stanford, the soft Kendall Stanford, the drug addict Woodrow Stanford make Wow!! One of the best Sidney Sheldon I have read.The book is a classic.You never know what to expect as you keep turning pages.The plot is a good old one - a wealthy father cruel to his children and the children trying to get hold of their father's wealth.But Sidney has made it a refreshing tale filled with twists and turns that make you feel if riding in a roller coaster is better.The witty and cold - blooded Judge Tyler Stanford, the soft Kendall Stanford, the drug addict Woodrow Stanford make a great combination and add to it Julia Stanford! now thats what I call a family. The dreary life of Woodrow and Peggy Stanford and the blackmail letters received by Kendall add spice to the central plot.The character of Julia Stanford is a thing of beauty.She could have been portrayed a little more deeply.The various crimes committed by Tyler Stanford eventually dig his grave. A perfect entertainer that keeps you glued to the pages.A must - read for all ages.The master story - teller has stood up to my expectations again.This time in an even better way. For more such reviews, visit my blog. http://www.giridharanj.blogspot.com

  15. 4 out of 5

    Crime Addict Sifat

    A wonderful lady goes to a family gathering following the secretive demise of Harry Stanford, guaranteeing to be his departed tyke and expressing her rights to an offer of the investor's bequest, in an entrancing, crazy ride novel. "Marry him. Good dull husbands are hard to find.” ― Morning, Noon & Night A wonderful lady goes to a family gathering following the secretive demise of Harry Stanford, guaranteeing to be his departed tyke and expressing her rights to an offer of the investor's bequest, in an entrancing, crazy ride novel. "Marry him. Good dull husbands are hard to find.” ― Morning, Noon & Night

  16. 5 out of 5

    Susan Liston

    You know I just had to go dig this out of my library go back-basket to see what the title was. I read the entire thing without having any idea. This is definitely fiction for which you do not have to use any extra brain parts while reading. And your eyes will stay refreshed from the exercise of rolling them several times per page. Sometime I think it's supposed to be funny, and it's not, but sometimes it is unintentionally very very very funny indeed. I think I liked the other one of his I just You know I just had to go dig this out of my library go back-basket to see what the title was. I read the entire thing without having any idea. This is definitely fiction for which you do not have to use any extra brain parts while reading. And your eyes will stay refreshed from the exercise of rolling them several times per page. Sometime I think it's supposed to be funny, and it's not, but sometimes it is unintentionally very very very funny indeed. I think I liked the other one of his I just read better, except it's been a week and now I can't remember it... Oh yea, the comedian guy, it was ludicrous too. Entertaining, but only mildly, I don't know how many more of these I can take...we'll see. I checked out several.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Akshay Parakkote

    This sort of book is not something that I go to when I want to read something but still, I made this choice and I finished it which was a surprise to me also, the reason for this book was to force myself into doing something which won't bring me anything good in case of growth, and knowing this was the hardest part sitting trough the whole novel but still I wanted a change for myself, away from the growth-driven maniac I have become in the recent years, slowly I started to forget how to enjoy th This sort of book is not something that I go to when I want to read something but still, I made this choice and I finished it which was a surprise to me also, the reason for this book was to force myself into doing something which won't bring me anything good in case of growth, and knowing this was the hardest part sitting trough the whole novel but still I wanted a change for myself, away from the growth-driven maniac I have become in the recent years, slowly I started to forget how to enjoy things and was only focused on the end result and honestly this book led me to get out of that habit. I honestly don't regret a bit in reading this and shout out to @aparnapreethi for suggesting me this, its a good book

  18. 4 out of 5

    Renusha

    Well, I have to admit the truth here. Though this book is 25 years old now, it's still young and fresh to read. Sidney Sheldon never failed to impress his readers with exciting twist and turns. Probably that could be a reason behind his Oscar award which he won in 1948❤ I'm impressed with his first book itself and on my way to get another collection of his(hehehehe) Well, I have to admit the truth here. Though this book is 25 years old now, it's still young and fresh to read. Sidney Sheldon never failed to impress his readers with exciting twist and turns. Probably that could be a reason behind his Oscar award which he won in 1948❤ I'm impressed with his first book itself and on my way to get another collection of his(hehehehe)

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sara Eames

    An excellent cosy mystery with enough twists and turns to keep you guessing. The characters are well-written and the plot moves at a steady pace. It does get a little farcical towards the end - but that does not detract from the enjoyment of the story. All-in-all, a good read.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jaina

    Originally published in 1995 (a little recent for my tastes, but still in the land of no smartphones), this is the most traditionally thriller-esque of the Sheldons I've read so far. Like all of his books, it clips by at a breezy pace with an accessible protagonist and lots of juicy, soap opera worthy twists. Originally published in 1995 (a little recent for my tastes, but still in the land of no smartphones), this is the most traditionally thriller-esque of the Sheldons I've read so far. Like all of his books, it clips by at a breezy pace with an accessible protagonist and lots of juicy, soap opera worthy twists.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Prithivi

    It was totally predictable. Nothing new.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chetna

    Astonishing as it is, this was my first sheldon book! And it was a pageturner! A tad predictable, but seamlessly written.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Muleta Mbindawina

    Awesome 👍

  24. 4 out of 5

    Henri Moreaux

    Another excellent Sheldon page turner, one of the world's wealthiest men dies leaving behind a billion dollar estate. Following the funeral a woman turns up claiming to be the illegitimate child and entitled to a portion of the estate. Typical of a Sheldon novel there is layers of detail and numerous twists. Another excellent Sheldon page turner, one of the world's wealthiest men dies leaving behind a billion dollar estate. Following the funeral a woman turns up claiming to be the illegitimate child and entitled to a portion of the estate. Typical of a Sheldon novel there is layers of detail and numerous twists.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Doctor

    This thrilling book of intrigues,fraud,betrayal, and suspicion fittingly ends in exposures,arrests murderous attempts,and murders.All kinds of tricks have been employed to hoodwink the suspected which include husband, wife,brother, sister, and father.It is a no-holds-barred thriller of felony made vivid by twists and turns many times more than a plot needs. But all of those spring from certain idiosyncrasies and hideous intentions of the lead characters.For example, Harry's larger-than-life pers This thrilling book of intrigues,fraud,betrayal, and suspicion fittingly ends in exposures,arrests murderous attempts,and murders.All kinds of tricks have been employed to hoodwink the suspected which include husband, wife,brother, sister, and father.It is a no-holds-barred thriller of felony made vivid by twists and turns many times more than a plot needs. But all of those spring from certain idiosyncrasies and hideous intentions of the lead characters.For example, Harry's larger-than-life personality is without compassion; sadistic and vindictive, he believed in indulgences of food and other things and had an enormous ego which he often bent to prove. He believed that his god wanted him to be rich and successful,"and his enemies dead." p.4. etc. etc. One suspects purpose when Harry, the principal protagonist, dies early in the book and when Mega's fingerprints yield positive results.These incidents and the like in the plot provide the much needed platform to launch the multi-staged rocket of the plot. Appearance of new characters all through the plot divides the reader's interest in the story.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Diana Nagy

    I don't know how much more I could gush about this guy. When I was a kid I used to see this author on our bookshelves. My Mom read Danielle Steel, my Dad apparently read Sidney Sheldon. Though I never seen my Dad crack open one of his books, they always interested me because they interested him, I guess. Well boy was I missing out by not picking up one of those beautiful hardcover titles back in the day. Because a few years later I did read one of Sidney Sheldon's books and from the beginning, t I don't know how much more I could gush about this guy. When I was a kid I used to see this author on our bookshelves. My Mom read Danielle Steel, my Dad apparently read Sidney Sheldon. Though I never seen my Dad crack open one of his books, they always interested me because they interested him, I guess. Well boy was I missing out by not picking up one of those beautiful hardcover titles back in the day. Because a few years later I did read one of Sidney Sheldon's books and from the beginning, throughout the book and until the end, I found one of THE BEST author's I've ever read in my life. He writes so good and his books are so interesting. They keep you going throughout and you always know you're in for something mysterious and a bit different when you read them. But always always there is some type of betrayal and evilness in one or more of the characters in them and maybe that's what is so great about his books, I'm not sure. I just know they're great just as Morning Noon & Night Was. Got a bunch more just waiting on my shelf I've never read and boy I'm ready to pick up the next one to begin today...they're so good! Don't miss out!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Bren

    “Marry him. Good dull husbands are hard to find.” ― Sidney Sheldon, Morning, Noon & Night I just did a reread of this book and found it as splendid as ever. It is a classic mystery and has all the components that go into a great Sheldon novel. SPOILERS: It is more though then a classic who did it. In this case, the victim is Harry, a world famous business executive and a mean nasty piece of work. The re are plenty of suspects. And plenty of secrets. This is the type of thriller that I love. It is fa “Marry him. Good dull husbands are hard to find.” ― Sidney Sheldon, Morning, Noon & Night I just did a reread of this book and found it as splendid as ever. It is a classic mystery and has all the components that go into a great Sheldon novel. SPOILERS: It is more though then a classic who did it. In this case, the victim is Harry, a world famous business executive and a mean nasty piece of work. The re are plenty of suspects. And plenty of secrets. This is the type of thriller that I love. It is fast paced and just pure fun with plenty of Sheldon "twists" thrown in. It i s not my favorite book from him..it does not have as much depth as some of his others..but it maybe one of the most fun. And it's a quick read as well as a page turner.

  28. 4 out of 5

    John Molloy

    Yes I've read most of Sheldon's books and enjoyed most of them. I like his writing and the unique story telling and characters. This is one of many I've read a second time but as I said in my comments already there is only one part of the story I couldn't figure and that was who and why was Dimitri killed in Australia. It was left hanging and it constituted a large part of the whole plot. I will of course have to overlook and accept this authors licence to omit little facts where they cannot be e Yes I've read most of Sheldon's books and enjoyed most of them. I like his writing and the unique story telling and characters. This is one of many I've read a second time but as I said in my comments already there is only one part of the story I couldn't figure and that was who and why was Dimitri killed in Australia. It was left hanging and it constituted a large part of the whole plot. I will of course have to overlook and accept this authors licence to omit little facts where they cannot be explained. I could recommend this as a good read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Theredheaded_Bibliomaniac

    Well written With so many twists and turns. Keeps you engrossed till the very end. Although the secret is revealed a bit early in the book, we go on till the end as we really need to know how that person is caught. I delayed this book for quite a long time as my friend had kind off told me the suspense. But still i was not sure who that would be. It was good that i read it after a long gap after knowing the suspense So i kind off forgot who the person was. He took the most common thing which happ Well written With so many twists and turns. Keeps you engrossed till the very end. Although the secret is revealed a bit early in the book, we go on till the end as we really need to know how that person is caught. I delayed this book for quite a long time as my friend had kind off told me the suspense. But still i was not sure who that would be. It was good that i read it after a long gap after knowing the suspense So i kind off forgot who the person was. He took the most common thing which happens when a person dies smartly conveyed the story.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nyla

    a story of four siblings where fame,ambition,money and deception lies ahead of them as their longing for their father's approval...as well as the wealth with gives much terrifying,explosive revelations from the beginning to the end.... Morning,noon & night... a book you could'nt help to drop off at your hands until you finish. a story of four siblings where fame,ambition,money and deception lies ahead of them as their longing for their father's approval...as well as the wealth with gives much terrifying,explosive revelations from the beginning to the end.... Morning,noon & night... a book you could'nt help to drop off at your hands until you finish.

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