The Adventurers Author:Harold Robbins The Adventurers is a novel so boldly conceived, tremendous in scope, and daring in imagery as almost to defy summation. In scene it ranges from South America to Paris, London and the Riviera; then shifts to an island off the China coast, NY, Hollywood, and the rich oil lands of Texas; and ends, finally, where it began, in the tiny, strife-torn ... more »republic of Corteguay.
Not since the Carpetbaggers has Harold Robbins turned his most considerable story-telling abilities to such an explosive theme and monumental cast of characters--in short, the whole glittering world of the adventurers, those amoral, notorious, but extremely talented few who seem always to shape our secret thinking, the sort of clothes we wear, our sexual attitudes, and the lives that most of u s wish we led.
This is the book that each of the many millions who thrilled to The Carpetbaggers in its many editions has been eagerly awaiting. And make no mistake, not one of them is going to be disappointed!« less