5+ quotes from If Tomorrow Comes by Sidney Sheldon

Quotes from If Tomorrow Comes

Sidney Sheldon ·  501 pages

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“I will survive, Tracy thought. I face mine enemies naked, and my courage is my shield.”
― Sidney Sheldon, quote from If Tomorrow Comes

“She undressed slowly, dreamily, and when she was naked, she selected a bright red negligee to wear so that the blood would not show.”
― Sidney Sheldon, quote from If Tomorrow Comes

“We’re flimflam artists. But remember, sonny, you can’t con people unless they’re greedy to begin with. W. C. Fields had it right. You can’t cheat an honest man.”
― Sidney Sheldon, quote from If Tomorrow Comes

“But there was not a police car in sight. Sure, Tracy thought in disgust. They’re never around when you need them.”
― Sidney Sheldon, quote from If Tomorrow Comes

“How long a honeymoon are you planning?” Mrs. Stanhope inquired. “About fifty years,” Charles replied.”
― Sidney Sheldon, quote from If Tomorrow Comes

About the author

Sidney Sheldon
Born place: in Chicago, Illinois, The United States
Born date February 11, 1917
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