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Thank you for the laughter

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Reviewed: 17-10-2020

What an excellent series, so brilliantly presented. As always thank you for the laughter and happiness. Please do more.

I am no fan of Melania Trump but if this is her world it is very sad

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Reviewed: 07-10-2020

This book is like desperate housewives. The author is a very sad would be if she could be. The name dropping is beyond tedious as are the private conversations between the author and Melania Trump. The book is the ultimate betrayal of a so-called friendship between the author and Ms Trump. The betrayal goes to SMS emojis which are actually described in the book. So so sad. Their lives other than their love of their children are shallow, boring, self centred and yes sad.

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How sad -

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Reviewed: 27-09-2020

Seriously? While I understand the Duke & Duchess wanted to do it their way - ’modernise’ etc. I could not believe the self-interested nonsense. I wonder what the average person now having had the Duke & Duchess unbelievable sense of entitlement confirmed by this book thinks. I hope life treats them well.

A Story that needs to be told

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Reviewed: 23-09-2020

The book is well written and maintains a great narrative. Profoundly concerning for a country said to be governed by the ’rule of law’ and democracy. Frightening. I wish Michael Cohen & his family the best.

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Such a sad story that is profoundly concerning

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Reviewed: 19-07-2020

Certainly explained so much of the Presidents behaviour, he doesn't care—also his seeming inability to understand complex issues. Mary Trump in telling the family story has provided a great & brave public service.

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Started so well - finished very poorly

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Reviewed: 28-01-2020

This book started very strongly. The expose of big pharma, the possibilities of corruption because of the business model. Very credible characters & excellent story-line. Then it happened - the story line deteriorated & became incredulous. I think if we had been warned that this was turning into a ridiculous plot with a more ridiculous ending.

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My best novel this year

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Reviewed: 30-12-2019

Thank you Heather Rose for a great story based in our beloved Tassie. The only concern is that the storyline is so close to reality it is very disturbing. It is a total page turner (or listen) I couldn’t wait to get back. Just one comment the author fat shamed one of the characters a bit not certain what that was about. Brilliant story.

Very tabloid

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Reviewed: 28-12-2019

Very tabloid & weak story line. The end of the story was ridiculous. I don’t recommend purchase

Wikipedia & newspapers are references !

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Reviewed: 28-12-2019

I expected a Great Course quality. It was a good listen but the reader should have been told that it was really a poorly researched yarn. Perhaps more for a popular tabloid rag.

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A brilliant history

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Reviewed: 22-11-2019

Congratulations to the author what a wonderful history and a compelling story. The narration was outstanding. You will not be able to put this book down- enjoy!