Tell Me Your Dreams, written by Sidney Sheldon, is a psychological thriller featuring three protagonists who are linked to a series of gruesome murders.
Summary Of The Book
Ashley Patterson, Toni Prescott, and Alette Peters are the protagonists of Tell Me Your Dreams. These three women have several features in common. They do not get along with their mothers, and nor do they get along with each other.
The plot in this story begins when Ashley begins to suspect that she is being followed. Upon returning home one evening, she discovers that all the lights are turned on and her things are disheveled. Ashley becomes even more alarmed when she discovers “you will die” scribbled across her mirror. Fearing her safety, Ashley requests for a police officer to reside on the premises on a round-the-clock basis. Things take a turn for the worse when the police officer’s dead and castrated body is discovered the next morning. Two similar murders occur featuring the same modus operandi. The police conclude that the same woman is responsible for all three murders. Who is the murderer? How is the murderer connected to the three protagonists?
The second part of the novel focuses on the murderer’s conviction. The book details how the murders took place, the reason behind the murders, and how all the three women are connected to each other. Tell Me Your Dreams was published in 1998.
About Sidney Sheldon
Sidney Sheldon was an acclaimed writer and novelist, who hailed from Chicago, Illinois. Some of his other titles are The Naked Face, The Sky Is Falling, A Stranger In The Mirror, The Doomsday Conspiracy, and The Other Side Of Me.
Sheldon was a graduate of Northwestern University. He began his literary career by writing screenplays for Paramount Pictures and MGM Studios. Sheldon began to acquire fame when three of his musicals fared well on Broadway. He was also the writer for the hit television series The Patty Duke Show. Sheldon then went on to produce and write I Dream Of Jeannie. In 1969, Sheldon put out his first novel, The Naked Face. Sheldon was awarded an Academy Award, a Tony Award, and had an Emmy nomination for his writing and producing prowess. Sheldon had been married three times. He suffered from bipolar disorder. He passed away in 2007 at Rancho Mirage in California.
Certified Buyer, Chitradurga
one of the best
Certified Buyer, Asansol Mc
. . . Pop goes the weasel.
Certified Buyer, Lucknow
A nice weekend read!
Certified Buyer, Rangia
omg!! the worst sheldon book!! but still another great book!!