The Women in His Life

Book Details

Hardcover
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Date Published: 14 Jun 1990
  • Pages: 512
Paperback
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 624
Kindle Edition
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • File Size: 808 KB
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A billionaire tycoon torn apart by personal doubts.

Maximilian West: filthy rich, corporate raider and a man of almost mythical power, glamour and charm. He appears to have everything. But in reality Maximilian is riven with internal conflict and torn apart by personal doubts.

Many women have loved Maxim – and many strive to reach his fortress heart: Anastasia, his first wife; Camilla, the beautiful English actress; Adriana, the competitive American career woman; and Blair, the mistress who schemes to become his wife. But only one woman holds the key that will unlock Maximilian’s secret – and set his soul free…

Sweeping through war-torn Berlin, through the heady atmosphere of Paris, Madrid and Tangiers, to contemporary London and New York, The Women in his Life ranks triumphant alongside Barbara Taylor Bradford’s other phenomenal international bestsellers.

In 1996, The Women in His Life was dramatized for BBC Radio-2 with an all-star cast including Robin Ellis, Dorothy Tutin, Siam Phillips, Emma Fielding and Nicola Pagett. The 7-part broadcast drew one of the largest ever radio audiences in the UK for a book dramatization.

Barbara Taylor Bradford talks about her two favourite books:
A Woman Of Substance and The Women In His Life


Publishers Weekly:

Legions of readers will be satisfied by the romantic fortunes of the cultured, wealthy and powerful people she evokes

Praise for Barbara Taylor Bradford:

Independent on Sunday:

As romantic and thrilling as the rest

The Guardian:

Few novelists are as consummate as Barbara Taylor Bradford at keeping the reader turning the page. She is one of the world’s best at spinning yarns

Sunday Times:

Queen of the genre

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