27.01.2012 [Daily Pioneer] - But now days I prefer reading novels online or download e-books in PDF format, after all it saves me huge amount of money and it is very easy for anyone to understand that when you feel like reading Sidney Sheldon at 1 am in night it is just internet
(February 11, 1917 – January 30, 2007) was an Academy Award-winning American writer. His TV works spanned a 20-year period during which he created The Patty Duke Show (1963–66), I Dream of Jeannie (1965–70) and Hart to Hart (1979–84), but he became most famous after he turned 50 and began writing best-selling novels, such as Master of the Game (1982), The Other Side of Midnight (1973) and Rage of Angels (1980). He is the seventh best selling writer of all time.
Hart to Hart' was created by Sidney Sheldon. Sheldon wanted to create a more sophisticated show for primetime programming. The series took some time to make it to the screen, but... - 11.01.2006, evtv1
11.02.2012 [UPI.com] - They include Englishman William Talbot, a developer of photography, in 1800; inventor Thomas Edison in 1847; boxer Max Baer and film director Joseph L. Mankiewicz, both in 1909; author Sidney Sheldon in 1917; actor Eva Gabor in 1919; King Farouk
11.02.2012 [Andina] - Nace el escritor estadunidense Sidney Sheldon, maestro indiscutible de la literatura de entretenimiento, guionista, director y productor de cine y televisión. Sus libros han sido adaptados a estos dos últimos géneros. Escribe, dirige y produce más de
10.02.2012 [Savannah Morning News] - “I always read thrillers by people like Frederick Forsyth, John LeCarre and Sidney Sheldon. Today, I read a lot of my friends' books, including Jim Rollins, Steve Berry and Kyle Mills.” There is no such thing as a typcial work day for Thor.
10.02.2012 [PopStar.com Celebrity News] - Jaclyn is nest known for her role as Kelly Garrett in the original Charlie's Angels (TV) series, as well as other shows, films and mini-series, including Sidney Sheldon's Rage of Angels, Danielle Steel's Family Album and much more.
21.01.2012 [New Republic (blog)] - Paul McCartney's Liverpool Oratorio: That's the formal title of the work, which is also credited to (and copyrighted in the names of) two composers, McCartney and Carl Davis. Sidney Sheldon's After the Darkness: Written by Tilly Bagshawe.