I'm talking to Sidney Sheldon here.
I started reading her best-selling book (I wonder why most books are marked best-selling when on the other hand those books are not that interesting) , entitled "Morning, noon, and night", last week. At the first chapter, I found out that it was so interesting since it talks about a certain "harry stanford"-A six billion dollar-worth mammal.
The story tackles a lot about him and his family (they hated him). When he died, it was the starting line of his heirs and heiresses to grab his wealth. (I mean zero value wealth).
I am not good in story telling so you better read it nalang...