review µ Score author Jilly Cooper


  • Hardcover
  • 593
  • Score author Jilly Cooper
  • Jilly Cooper
  • English
  • 21 March 2019
  • 9780593042267

10 thoughts on “Score author Jilly Cooper

  1. says:

    I love Jilly Cooper Her books are just glorious full of the most joyful prose and splendid similies and I love anything that's written using the words glorious splendid and joyful Her characters are entertaining compelling

  2. says:

    Famous conductor Ranaldini a man so ostentatiously wicked he might as well be wearing a hat with 'Villain' on it is making a film of Verdi's opera 'Don Carlos' with his godson Tristan as director Ranaldini is so

  3. says:

    This is seriously the most boring convoluted book I have ever tried to read It is the first and last Jilly Cooper I will ever read The story is totally unbelievable and childish with ridiculous character names ther

  4. says:

    Tristan a young French director shows up to film a movie version of Don Carlos the opera but the usual sleeping a

  5. says:

    I think this is one of the best Jilly Cooper books a murder mystery surrounded by her usual mix of beautiful people unfaithful lovers and gorgeous settingsTristan de le Montiguy is in the process of filming the opera Don Carlos His father's

  6. says:

    “What is the French for arsenic and strychnine?” murmured Granny who was pointedly ignoring both of them“Arsenic and strychnine” said Oscar walking up to slot Gauloise into him jade cigarette holder “Malevolence is universal”The

  7. says:

    If you enjoy broad satire have a bit of a clue about the British class system and are open to novels that lead you on goose trails with hijinks and shenanigans all the way to a neatly and delightful ending you can't do better than Jilly Cooper Her books are to use the English expression a lark filled with high co

  8. says:

    To be honest during the first couple of hundres pages it was usual he likes her she bitches about her she is a spoilt brat etc whilst Cooper introduces us to all the characters but then once you are just starting to get to know them or at least think you are it isnt just the usual Jilly Cooper everyone romping around with each other but it turns into a whodunnit as well I really enjoyed reading this It was a go

  9. says:

    I read this as part of my Jilly Cooper phase I am not sure if I would have liked it if I had not read Riders Rivals and Polo before th

  10. says:

    I read this ages ago But the power of the people their goodness and naughtiness stayed with me I really want to re read the entire series again Cooper really does bring a certain type of England vividly to life

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Us plotting will ensue But although everyone wished Rannaldini dead no one actually thought the Maestro would be murdered Or that after the dreadful deed some very bizarre things would continue to occur Score is Jilly Cooper's most thrilling novel to dat. I read this as part of my Jilly Cooper phase I am not sure if I would have liked it if I had not read Riders Rivals a

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Darkest opera Don Carlos As Rannaldini Tristan his charismatic French director a volatile cast and bolshy French crew gather at Rannaldini's haunted abbey for filming it is inevitable that violent feuds abandoned bonking temperamental screaming and devio. I think this is one of the best Jilly Cooper books a murder mystery surrounded by her usual mix of beautiful people un

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Sir Robert Rannaldini the most successful but detested conductor in the world had two ambitions to seduce his ravishing nineteen year old stepdaughter Tabitha Campbell Black and to put his mark on musical history by making the definitive film of Verdi's. This is seriously the most boring convoluted book I have ever tried to read It is the first and last Jilly Cooper I wi


About the Author: Jilly Cooper

Jilly Cooper OBE born February is an English author She started her career as a journalist and wrote numerous works of non fiction before writing several romance novels the first of which appeared in She is most famous for writing the six blockbuster novels the Rutshire Chronicles.