The Sky Is Falling

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The Winthrops are America's royal family, and its Prince Charming is the sexy, charismatic Gary Winthrop. Now the man on his way to becoming the Senate's brightest new star is found murdered in his home-the latest in a series of incidents that have killed five members of the family in a single year. One of the last people to see Gary Winthrop alive is Washington anchorwoman Dana Evans. She makes it her mission to investigate these seemingly random tragedies, little realizing that her search will sweep her across ...

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The Winthrops are America's royal family, and its Prince Charming is the sexy, charismatic Gary Winthrop. Now the man on his way to becoming the Senate's brightest new star is found murdered in his home-the latest in a series of incidents that have killed five members of the family in a single year. One of the last people to see Gary Winthrop alive is Washington anchorwoman Dana Evans. She makes it her mission to investigate these seemingly random tragedies, little realizing that her search will sweep her across several continents, place her and her young son in grave danger, and lead her to a truth that will astound the world.

A dynamite thriller filled with all the elements that have made his previous works phenomenal bestsellers, The Sky Is Falling is Sidney Sheldon at his sizzling best.

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Three hundred million copies of his books have been sold. He's won an Oscar, a Tony, and an Edgar. Sidney Sheldon has captured this fame with a self-confidence that borders on brazenness. Who else, for example, would have risked a plot as frontal and daring as that of The Sky is Falling? In this thriller, five members of America's most illustrious family fall victim to accidents' within a single year. Dana Evans, a ravishing young news anchor, surprise surprise, finds this suspicious and begins to investigate. As lame and heavy-handed as it sounds in summary, the story engine works on paper. And that, as Sidney Sheldon knows better than anyone else, is where the action is.

New York Daily News
When you want a novel you simply cannot put down, go to Sheldon.
People Magazine
The master of the bestselling game.
Boston Herald
Springs one surprise after another, page after irresistible page.
Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Efficiently brisk and reliably suspenseful, Sheldon's (Tell Me Your Dreams, etc.) 17th novel demonstrates that this veteran master of commercial fiction has not lost his touch. Freshly returned to Washington, D.C., from a stint reporting in Sarajevo, TV newscaster Dana Evans (introduced in Sheldon's The Best Laid Plans) struggles to cope with her new adopted son, troubled 12-year-old Kemal, whose parents and sister were killed in the fighting. Back on the job, Dana interviews youngish millionaire Gary Winthrop, the scion of a Kennedyesque clan, only to learn the next day that the prospective Senate candidate and philanthropist has been murdered in his Washington townhouse. Unbelievably, Dana is the only person who finds it odd that five members of the Winthrop family have died violent deaths in the last year. Despite this weakness in the plot, Sheldon crafts a page-turner that takes Dana on a worldwide quest from France, Germany and Italy to Alaska and Moscow as she pursues her hunch that all the Winthrop deaths are related. Deceased family patriarch Taylor Winthrop, she discovers, was a manipulative, unscrupulous businessman, politico and womanizer with many enemies. And the senior Winthrop's connection to the real-life Siberian underground city of Krasnoyarsk-26 and its production of plutonium proves the source of the family's wealth and their ill fortune. A love triangle involving Dana, sports anchor Jeff Connors and his ex-wife, internationally known model Rachel Stevens, seems gratuitous, tossed in merely to add plot texture, but it does provide some viable moments of romance and schmaltz. When the villains behind the killings turn against Dana as she comes closer to the truth, the tension builds and holds right through to a seven-alarm finale. Agent, Mort Janklow. 750,000 first printing; Literary Guild and Doubleday main selections; Mystery Guild featured alternate; People Book Club alternate; 6-city author tour. (Sept.) Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.|
Library Journal
This latest novel from Sheldon (The Best Laid Plans) probably won't have much chance of being selected as an Oprah Book Club choice (hers are certainly more thoughtful, character-driven picks), but that won't stop it from being in demand by most library patrons. The book has pretty flimsy character development, a feeble plot line, and an ending that hardly surprises. Yet it works. From the first page, the reader is caught up in the snappy and suspenseful chapters, which become inescapably addictive. Dana Evans is a television reporter with an apparently unlimited travel expense account who finds it peculiar when all five members of a very wealthy and highly regarded family meet untimely and violent deaths. Her investigation soon confirms her suspicions, uncovering not one but three strong motives for murder. Eventually, her search leads her to top-secret Russian and U.S. agencies dealing with the production and sale of nuclear weapons. Needless to say, her probing for the truth doesn't go unnoticed, and soon she is running for her life. The last few chapters neatly resolve all the intrigue, including secondary story lines involving her adopted son; her fianc , Jeff; and a shaky relationship with her mother. A certain purchase for any public library fiction collection. [Previewed in Prepub Alert, LJ 5/15/00.]--Margaret Hanes, Sterling Heights P.L., MI Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.\
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780446610179
  • Publisher: Warner Books (NY)
  • Publication date: 7/1/2001
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reissue
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 300,531
  • Product dimensions: 4.12 (w) x 6.87 (h) x 1.12 (d)

Meet the Author

Sidney Sheldon
Sidney Sheldon remains one of the world's handful of top bestselling authors, having sold more than 250 million books. Best Laid Plans was his most recent in a long line of New York Times bestsellers. He is also the only writer to have won an Oscar, a Tony, and an Edgar, and the latest Guinness Book of Records heralds him as the most translated writer in the world. Mr. Sheldon resides with his wife, Alexandra, in Los Angeles, Palm Springs, and London.


Best known today for his exciting blockbuster novels, Sidney Sheldon was the author of The Best Laid Plans, Nothing Lasts Forever, The Stars Shine Down, The Doomsday Conspiracy, Memories of Midnight, The Sands of Time, Windmills of the Gods, If Tomorrow Comes, Master of the Game, Rage of Angels, Bloodline, A Stranger in the Mirror, and The Other Side of Midnight. Almost all of them were number-one international bestsellers. His first book, The Naked Face, was acclaimed by the New York Times as "the best first mystery of the year" and received an Edgar Award. Most of his novels became major feature films or TV miniseries, and there are more than 275 million copies of his books in print throughout the world.

Before he became a novelist, Sheldon had already won a Tony Award for Broadway's Redhead and an Academy Award for The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer. He has written the screenplays for twenty-three motion pictures, including Easter Parade (with Judy Garland) and Annie Get Your Gun. In addition, he penned six other Broadway hits and created three long-running television series, including Hart to Hart and I Dream of Jeannie, which he also produced. A writer who delighted millions with his award-winning plays, movies, novels, and television shows, Sidney Sheldon reigned as one of the most popular storytellers of all time.

Author biography courtesy of Time Warner.

Good To Know

Some interesting outtakes from our interview with Sheldon:

"When I was 17, I was happy to be working in a drugstore, because I could steal enough sleeping pills to commit suicide."

"I have bi-polar syndrome and was not aware what was disturbing me until I received an Academy Award and went to see a psychiatrist."

"I have worked 7 days a week as long as I can remember. A business manager of mine gave me $25 worth of tennis lessons. I went down to my tennis court and we played once a week. I really enjoyed it. Playing with the pro one day, my teacher said to me that the money had been spent and did I want to continue. I started to say yes, then I realized that I didn't want to be out on the tennis court. I wanted to be in my office writing. That was 25 years ago and I haven't been on my tennis court since."

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    1. Hometown:
      Los Angeles, California
    1. Date of Birth:
      February 11, 1917
    2. Place of Birth:
      Chicago, Illinois
    1. Date of Death:
      January 30, 2007

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Chapter One

She was hurrying along Pennsylvania Avenue, a block from the White House, shivering in the cold December wind, when she heard the terrifying, earsplitting scream of air-raid sirens and then the sound of a bomber plane overhead, ready to unload its cargo of death. She stopped, frozen, engulfed in a red mist of terror.

Suddenly she was back in Sarajevo, and she could hear the shrill whistle of the bombs dropping. She closed her eyes tightly, but it was impossible to shut out the vision of what was happening all around her. The sky was ablaze, and she was deafened by the sounds of automatic-weapons fire, roaring planes, and the wump of deadly mortar shells. Nearby buildings erupted into showers of cement, bricks, and dust. Terrified people were running in every direction, trying to outrace death.

From far, far away, a man's voice was saying, “Are you all right?”

Slowly, warily, she opened her eyes. She was back on Pennsylvania Avenue, in the bleak winter sunlight, listening to the fading sounds of the jet plane and the ambulance siren that had triggered her memories.

“Miss'are you all right?”

She forced herself back to the present. “Yes. I'm'I'm fine, thank you.”

He was staring at her. “Wait a minute! You're Dana Evans. I'm a big fan of yours. I watch you on WTN every night, and I saw all your broadcasts from Yugoslavia.” His voice was filled with enthusiasm. “It must have been really exciting for you, covering that war, huh?”

“Yes.” Dana Evans's throat was dry. Exciting to see people blown to shreds, to see the bodies of babies thrown down wells, bits of human jetsam flowing down a river ofred.

She suddenly felt sick to her stomach. “Excuse me.” She turned and hurried away.

Dana Evans had returned from Yugoslavia just three months earlier. The memories were still too fresh. It seemed unreal to walk down streets in broad daylight without fear, to hear birds singing and people laughing. There had been no laughter in Sarajevo, only the sounds of exploding mortars and the anguished screams that followed.

John Donne was right, Dana thought. No man is an island. What happens to one, happens to us all, for we are all made of clay and stardust. We share the same moments of time. The universal second hand starts its unforgiving sweep toward the next minute:

In Santiago, a ten-year-old girl is being raped by her grandfather . . .

In New York City, two young lovers are kissing by candlelight . . .

In Flanders, a seventeen-year-old girl is giving birth to a crack baby . . .

In Chicago, a fireman risks his life to save a cat from a burning building . . .

In S&atildeo Paulo, hundreds of fans are trampled to death at a soccer match as the stands collapse . . .

In Pisa, a mother cries with joy as she watches her baby take its first steps . . .

All this and infinitely more in the space of sixty seconds, Dana thought. And then time ticks on until it finally sends us into the same unknown eternity.

Dana Evans, at twenty-seven, was lovely looking, with a slim figure, midnight-black hair, large, intelligent gray eyes, a heart-shaped face, and a warm, contagious laugh. Dana had grown up as an army brat, the daughter of a colonel who traveled from base to base as an armament instructor, and that kind of life had given Dana a taste for adventure. She was vulnerable and at the same time fearless, and the combination was irresistible. During the year that Dana had covered the war in Yugoslavia, people all over the world were spellbound by the beautiful, young, impassioned woman broadcasting in the middle of battle, risking her life to report on the deadly events occurring around her. Now, wherever she went, she was aware of signs and whispers of recognition. Dana Evans was embarrassed by her celebrity.

Hurrying down Pennsylvania Avenue, passing the White House, Dana looked at her watch and thought, I'm going to be late for the meeting.

Washington Tribune Enterprises took up an entire block of Sixth Street NW, with four separate buildings: a newspaper printing plant, newspaper staff offices, an executive tower, and a television broadcasting complex. The Washington Tribune Network television studios occupied the sixth floor of building four. The place was always charged with energy, its cubicles humming with people at work on their computers. Wire copy from half a dozen news services constantly spewed out updated news from around the globe. The immensity of the operation never ceased to amaze and excite Dana.

It was there that Dana had met Jeff Connors. An All-Star pitcher until he injured his arm in a skiing accident, Jeff was now an on-air sports reporter for WTN and also wrote a daily column for the Washington Tribune Syndicate. He was in his thirties, tall and lean, with boyish looks and an easy, laid-back charm that attracted people to him. Jeff and Dana had fallen in love, and they had talked about marriage.

In the three months since Dana had returned from Sarajevo, events in Washington had moved swiftly. Leslie Stewart, the former owner of Washington Tribune Enterprises, had sold out and disappeared, and the corporation had been bought by an international media tycoon, Elliot Cromwell.

The morning meeting with Matt Baker and Elliot Cromwell was about to begin. When Dana arrived, she was greeted by Abbe Lasmann, Matt's sexy redheaded assistant.

“The fellows are waiting for you,” Abbe said.

“Thanks, Abbe.” Dana walked into the corner office. “Matt . . . Elliot . . .”

“You're late,” Matt Baker grumbled.

Baker was a short, gray-haired man in his early fifties, with a gruff, impatient manner fueled by a brilliant, restless mind...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2000

    Had me up All Night

    Thanks to the internet and my husband I was able to get this wonderful book before it came out in the stores (And I live in the Caribbean). I just got through the book which I received as a birtday gift. It had me up all night so this morning its hard for me to concentrate at work. The book had me guessing the whole time. Its similar to the feeling you get when you figure out a crossword puzzle word. At the end I thought,'Well I did guess part right' Thanks for a wonderful read on my birthday. I wish Barnes and Noble can make it easier for readers outside of the US to get books Hot off the press also.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 27, 2013

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    Staying at a relative's house, saw their bookshelf and picked whatever looked interesting. Heard of the author from an episode of Golden Girls, to be honest. Anyway, the summary sounded like a suspenseful read. And it was, fast paced even. Really couldn't put it down and was surprised how far I'd read. Dana Evan risks everything not only her life but that of her son even to solve a mystery, that takes her practically across the globe if you will. I don't know why but while reading this, Dana reminded me of that show Pepper Dennis and how the character was a reporter, etc. No I don't watch the show, just heard of it. Random I know. Anyway, surprisingly good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2013

    My goodness!

    What is all this?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2013

    To Pierce                                                      

    To Pierce                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Lawl. You play Skyrim, don't you? :P

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2013

    Savage and War

    I am Kira. Savage and Wars mother. I watch over them. Savage is the eldest. She is a beauty. With her blond locks falling to her waist and pettite but tall six foot hourglas figure she looks like a model. But her ice blue eyes are cold d calculating. She uses her looks to lure and then kills. She has two katanas on her back and an array of knives hidden in jer person. She wears all black as well. She has the ability to control fire and shoot fire from her body. For her blood is pure fire. She is twenty five years.....War is twenty one. She has pure white hair cropped around her elfish face. Her eyes are silver with hues of blue. She has athletic figure and stands at five feet two. She wears whatever she feels like. She never talks really and her attitude is not like her sisters fiery fiestiness. She is silent and always wathcing. She has the ability to shift into any cat species. She also is able to block any mental abilities attackinh her or trying to communicate with her. She uses knives and her whips. Ny two babies are my joys. And sorrows.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013

    to Stargirl                                                    

    to Stargirl                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Do you know Princess Zelda? Just saying, she's a lesbian.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013

    Din, Nayru, and Farore                                          

    Din, Nayru, and Farore                                                                                                                                                                                                                         -the three female griffins glided in- Din the red eyed one: Hello. myself and my sisters, Nayru and Farore heard about others of our kind here. Nayru the blue eyed one: We all have our Hylian forms also. Farore: We're also the three Golden Goddesses of Hyrule! I'm the Goddess of Life and Courage. Nayru: I'm the Goddess of Song and Wisdom. Din: And I'm the Goddess of  Dance and Power.((din and nayru come  up easily on google, but faore is different. put in 'ask farore' she's the one with the white shirt))

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013


    Name: Hannalia Lowry Nicknames: Stargirl, Punky, Hanna, Radioactive, Link, Pheonix Age: 13 Hairstuffs: Crimson red with blue and gold streaks with curly hair. Eyestuffs: Silver Team: Pheonix Species: Pheokid(a part human, part pheonix) Weapons: Sword bow and arrow and telepathicness Abilities: Half immortality(just staying her age and still dying even if shes immortal) and telepathicness Sig: $ -|- @ ^ 6 | ^ [

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013


    Name: Guildenstern.
    Looks: Is tall, about 5'11'', skinny, with long brown hair that goes down to his shoulders. He has hazel eyes, and pale skin. Wears a long-tailed jacket (i.e. a semi-fancy suit jacket with two tails [the things at the back bottom of the jacket] that go down to his ankles), dress pants, and black shoes. The clothes make him look like a s<_>teampunk character, which he is, slightly.
    Personality: Cocky, ready for action, not serious at all.
    Abilities/weapons: Abilities: he is knowlegable in a special form of martial arts that he designed himself, that uses his trademark umbrella. He is very acrobatic, and also quite charismatic. Weapons: He prefers to use his modified umbrella, which has a titanium tip and handle for bashing people's heads in, and the fabric is a special K<_>evlar compound designed to be resistant to most magic, as well as pretty much anything else.
    Team: None yet.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013


    Name: Tayler. Age: 16. Looks: Just go to mountain res. 4. Weapons: Mah hands. Mah scythe. Team: Phoenix.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2013





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    Bye bye peoples

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013


    Name~Shadow. Age~18. Looks~Almost As Sexy As Spect's Boxers. Team~Dragon. Rank~Co-Leader Of Dragon Team. Weapons&Powers~Youll See When We Meet In Battle. Uhh.... Personality~Lazyyyy.((Clearly...)) Extra~Co-Leader Of This Role Play.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013


    |Name: Star

    |Age: 15

    |Looks: Tall and slender with long brown wavey hair. I have reflective blue eyes and most offten ware a single color top and jeans

    |Team: Phoneix

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013


    My slot is below Shadow, but I need to make a new one, so that is gone. I'm not such a newcomer as all ya'll Noobs up here. ^_^ Name: T.T Use your brain. Status: Married to Specter. Position: Leader of Griffin Team. Looks: Blonde hair, blue eyes, tall for her age. Age: 12. Species: Elf. Meaning I can move faster, jump higher, run faster, and use more magic without getting as drained as humans. THATS ALL, FOLKS! *blows up the world*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2013



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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2013


    Tall green eyes freckles curly hair. Age 16 single

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013

    Eric and Jaime

    Both-16. Eric. Black spiky hair and blue eyes. Powers...well...I can teleport...some of the time. I can heal but slowly. Personality I don't know. Jaime. Long brown hair and blue eyes. Powers ice and fire. Ice left hand fire right hand. Both on dragon team.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2013

    Welcome to the Adventure RP.

    I made this role play because there's like no decent places for humans and others to fight. <br>Here you can chat, spar, and fight for your teams. You can make your own team, like Red Team, Blue Team, Skull Team, but with a max. of eight members.<br>You can have powers and weapons, but not ridiculously excessive. No godmo<3>dding.<br>Here's a map:<br> You put bios here, in the first result.<br>The second result is the main area and chatroom, with a lake and a forest.<br>Third result is the library, it has like all the books ever, arranged in shelves. The building is the size of a skyscraper, with walk ways wrapped around the inside in an upward spiral.<br>Fourth result is where (if you're a team leader) you post your team name and members.<br>Fifth result is the armory, it has all kinds of weapons and armor.<br>Sixth result is the dorms, three of them. One for boys, one for girls, and one for both. I don't really know what peoples' preferences for the dorms would be.<br>Seventh result is the Battlefield. Like twenty acres of all kinds of terrain, where you can spar and where Team-fights happen.<br>I don't know if these instructions make sense, but I'm hoping it does.<br>Here's my bio.<br><br>~Name: Specter Kronnis.~<br>~Age: I'm pretty much immortal, so a few hundred or thousand years.~<br>~Species: I'm a ghost, but not immaterial of translucent. I'm like a real person, except I don't have to eat, sleep, or breath.~<br>~Appearance: I don't really care for how I look, so I'm not including it.~<br>~Weapons: I have two katanas, some sabre shurikens, and a few daggers. Oh, and a bow and arrow.~<br>~Powers: I can conjure fireballs, and I'm almost fireproof. I also can conjure ice balls (cold pockets of air that freeze whatever solids or liquids they touch.), and I can shield, vibrating faster than the eye can see. (Yes, I love Artemis Fowl.)<br>~Team: I'm the team leader of Dragon-Team.~<br>That's all of my bio.<br>I hope this role play is successfull and lets people have fun. That is all.<br><br>~~Post Scriptum: You can make Team-bases at "adventure" all results. First come first serve. (Note: These fortresses are NOT invulnerable and can be attacked and tooken over. If your base is tooken over, you simply make another one at another result.)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2013

    To all

    Go to result two.

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