- Nothing Lasts Forever (1994 novel)
Nothing Lasts Forever Author(s) Sidney Sheldon Country United States Language English Genre(s) Crime Medical novel Publisher William Morrow Publication date 1994 Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback) Pages 398 pp (first edition, hardback) ISBN ISBN 978-0688084912 (first edition, hardback) OCLC Number 29845917 Dewey Decimal 813/.54 20 LC Classification PS3569.H3927 N67 1994 Preceded by The Stars Shine Down Followed by Morning, Noon and Night
Nothing Lasts Forever is a 1994 novel by Sidney Sheldon.
This medical thriller tells the story of three female doctors trying to prove themselves in a profession dominated by men. Each of them has their own story, and each of their tales are well connected and intertwined with each other. But suddenly there is chaos, one dies, another is about to get the hospital shut down, and the third faces the death penalty for murder. The novel follows a twisty plot with a typical Sheldon surprise ending.
The Stars Shine Down
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