Score! [Jilly Cooper] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jilly Cooper’s latest story is about loneliness in high places, and heroism and. Sir Robert Rannaldini, the most successful but most detested conductor in the world, has two ambitions: first, to seduce Tabitha, the ravishing nineteen-year-old . Score! (Rutshire Chronicles, book 6) by Jilly Cooper – book cover, description, publication history.
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Retrieved 29 February This page was last edited on 19 Novemberat In fact, at the beginning of her books, Cooper does a character list.
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The author of many number one bestselling novels, she lives in Gloucestershire with her rescue racing greyhound, Bluebell. Too much irrelevant sex sometimes, but I loved the plot.
The Guardian — and The Observer — pg. I just couldn’t get into this one, after over pages I’m sadly DNFing.
Rutshire Chronicles 6 by Jilly Cooper. And it is a proper murder mystery, with plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing right to the end and you’ll keep turning pages just to see who survives! Aug 08, Missy Cahill added it. There weren’t stand out characters like Rupert C-B but the book was an ok read.
To help the reader keep track, each book begins with a list and brief description of the characters Although the books do not always follow each other sequentially – Rivals and Polo chronologically overlap, for example – they are linked by recurring characters chiefly Rupert Campbell-Black, Roberto Rannaldini, and their families and later books make reference to events of previous books.
As more murders follow and strange things begin ocoper happen on set, it is up to Tristan, Lucy the make-up artist and Gablecross the detective to put the pieces together. But although everyone wished Rannaldini dead, no one actually thought the Maestro would be murdered.
Some of these scpre, namely Campbell-Black and numerous characters associated with him, also occur in Cooper’s novel Pandoraalthough it is not part of the series [ citation needed ]. Or that after the dreadful deed some very bizarre things would continue to occur.
Retrieved 18 January Aug 02, Rafaella Litvin rated it really liked it. This page was last edited on 24 Octoberat Rannaldini has plans to seduce his step-daughter, Tabitha Campbell-Black, but not before he has ruined her life by sett 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 settings.
The end was decent, made me want to read instead of keep putting it down as I had been. Book ratings by Goodreads. In October Jilly Cooper suffered a minor stroke. Octavia Brennan is a beautiful yet flawed young woman, living the high life in s London. Views Read Edit View history. What a crazy,weird,offbeat and yet entertaining book!! It was based on a short story she wrote for a teenage magazine, as were the subsequent ocoper, all titled with female names: My first Jilly Cooper i ever read.
Score! (Rutshire Chronicles, book 6) by Jilly Cooper
Please help by adding reliable sources. I adored it, and it is probably my favourite of all her works. Jul 08, Shannon rated it liked it.
Aug 20, Kate rated it really liked it. While the murder mystery part of the plot worked well, it took away too much from jillly things I read her for.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The stories tell tales of mainly British upper-class families, as well as the show-jumping and polo crowd, in numerous different sexually charged scenarios, often laced with adulteryillegitimate children, scandaland sometimes, even death.
This article about a romance novel is a stub. Description Sir Robert Rannaldini, the most successful but detested conductor in the world, had two ambitions: Not the best Cooper book. The murder mystery felt very forced and none of the characters in this one were particularly likeable. Characters from earlier books scorre their personalities changed with no convicning explanation. I just didn’t scors involved with the characters the way I had in the other books. Soon all cast members and film crew are busy having affairs with each other, falling in love, out of love etc.
For the badminton player, see Jillie Cooper. Always good coopdr see Rupert Campbell-Black, obviously! Hardcoverpages. Dec 18, Blue rated it it was ok. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
At the same time, he devastates the crew and cast, revealing things said in private, outing secrets and setting up lovers, caught in the act.