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The Gold Coast

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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 ... Show synopsis

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  • The Gold Coast (Grand Central Publishing) – Trade paperback (1997)
    by Nelson DeMille

    The Gold Coast

    Trade paperback, Grand Central Publishing
    1997
    English
    736 pages

    ISBN: 0446673218
    ISBN-13: 9780446673211

    A classic story of evil and seduction by the bestselling author of "The Charm School". On the North Shore of New York's Long Island lies the fabled Gold Coast--the largest concentration of wealth and power in America. Here, once affluent Wall Street attorney John Sutter meets Mafia-don Frank Bellarosa, and is slowly drawn into a shocking world of mystery and violence.

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Reviews of The Gold Coast

Overall customer rating: 5.000
nc69

LI North Shore Gold Coast

by nc69 on Jul 19, 2012

Excellent! Kept you spellbound as you turned page after page.

Francesca

Excellent but not for all

by Francesca on Dec 1, 2008

A classic with a recently issued sequel, I would recommend it with a caution. It is satire; it is witty, extremely well constructed, but macabre and potentially depressing. It takes off the well born and old monied, the mafia, and even the clergy who "minister" to the well-heeled. You are dealing with the underbelly of the human condition, as Susan's irresponsible choices rip through the lives of the people who love her, and John's capitulation to a dark moral world twists back to tear his life apart. The book cries out for its sequel, so be prepared, if you finish it, to continue on to The Gate House.

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