Gold Coast

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Little, Brown Book Group, Sep 4, 2008 - Fiction - 640 pages
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The upmarket and salubrious area of Long Island is the stamping ground for a dying breed of America's super-rich. It is also the residence of John Sutter, lawyer - very top-drawer, old money, right clubs - and his sensual wife, Susan. Their lives are about to be turned dramatically upside down by their new 'next-door' neighbour - a certain Mr Frank Bellarosa, top Mafia don and master manipulator. It is he who will impress upon them a rule much older than the archaic etiquette of the old-money set: a favour accepted is a favour owed.

Twenty-five years after it was first published, Nelson DeMille's Gold Coast stands as a modern thriller classic, a stylish, compelling and provocative novel will grip readers from beginning to end.

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I thought this book was an enjoyable read but it took way to long to get through it, something I have never had a problem with in any other DeMille novel I've read thus far. I plan on reading ... Read full review

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I am loving this book. I am new to the gold coast area and this book captures this odd culture as it truly exists. Nelson DeMille keeps the book moving at just the right pace....he really knows how to keep the reader engrossed in the story. I will be reading his other books for sure after this one! Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Nelson DeMille was born in New York City in 1943. He grew up on Long Island and graduated from Hofstra University with a degree of Political Science and History. After serving as an infantry officer in Vietnam, where he was decorated three times, DeMille worked as a journalist and short story writer. He wrote his first major novel, By the Rivers of Babylon, in 1978 and has gone on to write many other international bestsellers, with sales of over 55 million copies in 24 languages. He lives on Long Island.

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