Robbins’ dialogue is moving His people have the warmth of life’
– New York Times
The worlds’ bestselling novelist is back with The Secret, a steamy novel chronicling the meteoric rise of a lingerie chain. Jerry Cooper, of The Predators, returns, moving from his spring-water business to launch his new empire of women’s apparel.
Unfortunately, Jerry’s operation, unlike companies E like Victoria’s Secret and Ann Summers, isn’t exactly legit. He would desperately like to keep his son, an honest lawyer with street smarts and a code of honour, out of the family business and away from his mob associates. All is well until Jerry needs a good lawyer, and his son insists on getting involved.
‘Robbins’ books are packed with action, sustained by a strong narrative drive, and given vitality by his own colourful life’
– Wall Street Journal