Book Review: Bloodline

Book: Bloodline
Author: Sidney Sheldon
Genre: Fiction, 
Main Characters:  Elizabeth Roffe
                            Rhys William
                            Roffe & Sons - the Company, but almost a personality on its own 

Elizabeth, the heiress & the future of Roffe & sons - a pharmaceutical MNC  , not only has to face her father's sudden and untimely death but also make a decision regarding company's public sale of its shares. Things are more complicated as Sam, her dad had not left a successor to his reign. Hence she takes her position and almost gives in to the pressures of her cousins and their families, viz.,

Each of her cousin has his/ her pressing needs for money and can have an use for his/her  billions locked in the form of shares of Roffe  & Sons. But Sam was strong against going public and now he is dead. Now Liz agrees with her Dad, as someone attempt to kill her. Is it her father's ex secretary and her secret crush or one of her family members? 

Bottom-line:  Yet another strong female protagonist from Sidney Sheldon. My first ever "grown up" book, but even when I re-read it recently I could feel the pace of the story. Not as fascinating as the first time (I was 12 that time, everything could have been fascinating of course), several things fell flat, yet could not keep the book down aside. Worth the re-reading :)

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