The Gold Coast

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Grand Central Publishing, Mar 1, 1991 - Fiction - 656 pages
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Welcome to the fabled Gold Coast, that stretch on the North Shore of Long Island that once held the greatest concentration of wealth and power in America. Here two men are destined for an explosive collision: John Sutter, Wall Street lawyer, holding fast to a fading aristocratic legacy; and Frank Bellarosa, the Mafia don who seizes his piece of the staid and unprepared Gold Coast like a latter-day barbarian chief and draws Sutter and his regally beautiful wife, Susan, into his violent world. Told from Sutter's sardonic and often hilarious point of view, and laced with sexual passion and suspense, The Gold Coast is Nelson DeMille's captivating story of friendship and seduction, love and betrayal.

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User Review  - roblaugh - LibraryThing

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 (1991)

Nelson DeMille is a former U.S. Army lieutenant who served in Vietnam and is the author of nineteen acclaimed novels, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers Night Fall, Plum Island, The Gate House, The Lion, The Panther and Radiant Angel. His other New York Times bestsellers include The Charm School, Word of Honor, The Gold Coast, Spencerville, The Lion's Game, Up Country, Wild Fire, and The General's Daughter, the last of which was a major motion picture. For more information, you can visit NelsonDeMille.net.

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