In Chances, Lucky grew up in a top crime family. In Lucky, she was married three times. And now, in Lady Boss, she takes on Hollywood and wins!
Featuring a brand new introduction from bestselling author, Julie Cohen, talking about what Jackie and her books mean to her!
'A galloping page-turner, full of Jackie Collins's signature sex and satire' JULIE COHEN
Panther Studios is the prize and Lucky Santangelo wants it. But Abe Panther won’t sell until she proves she has the guts to make it in Hollywood.
Lucky never backs down from a challenge. She takes a chance and goes undercover. But no one is prepared for the shock waves that she sets off in Tinseltown.
‘Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story’, produced by multi-award winning production company Passion Pictures, directed by Laurie Fairrie, premiered at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival.
There have been many imitators, but only ever one Jackie Collins. With millions of her books sold around the world, and thirty-one New York Times bestsellers, she is one of the world’s top-selling novelists. From glamorous Beverly Hills bedrooms to Hollywood movie studios; from glittering rock concerts to the yachts of billionaires, Jackie chronicled the scandalous lives of the rich, famous, and infamous from the inside looking out.
'A true inspiration, a trail blazer for women's fiction' JILLY COOPER
‘Jackie shows us all what being a strong, successful woman means at any age’ MILLY JOHNSON
‘Jackie will never be forgotten, she’ll always inspire me to #BeMoreJackie’ JILL MANSELL
‘Jackie’s heroines don’t take off their clothes to please a man, but to please themselves’ CLARE MACKINTOSH
‘Legend is a word used too lightly for so many undeserving people, but Jackie is the very definition of the word’ ALEX KHAN
‘What Jackie knew how to do so well, is to tell a thumping good story’ ROWAN COLEMAN
‘Here is a woman who not only wanted to entertain her readers, but also to teach them something; about the world and about themselves’ ISABELLE BROOM
‘Lessons galore on every page… about feminism, equality, tolerance and love’ CARMEL HARRINGTON
'For all her trademark sass, there is a moralist at work here’ LOUISE CANDLISH
‘Nobody does it quite like Jackie and nobody ever will’ SARRA MANING
‘Jackie bought a bit of glitter, sparkle and sunshine into our humdrum existence’ VERONICA HENRY
‘Jackie wrote about Hollywood with total authenticity, breaking all the rules and taboos’ BARBARA TAYLOR BRADFORD
‘Collins was saying that women didn’t have to centre round men, either in books or in life’ JESSIE BURTON
‘Jackie lived the Hollywood dream, but, she looked sideways at it, and then shared the dirt with her readers’ JULIET ASHTON
‘What radiates from her novels, is a sense that women are capable of great things’ ALEXANDRA HEMINSLEY