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The Betrayers
The Betrayers
Author: Harold Robbins, Junius Podrug
ISBN-13: 9780765347213
ISBN-10: 0765347210
Publication Date: 6/28/2005
Pages: 368
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

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Publisher: Forge Books
Book Type: Paperback
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In this latest one, cowritten by Podrug, we meet Nick Cutter, who in the manner of all Robbins heroes is irresistible to women, street-smart, and--above all-- rich. Nick, who started childhood in a Russian orphanage after watching his mother starve to death during the seige of Leningrad, has kicked and scratched his way to the top. The novel follows his life--and loves, since Robbins' books generally contain a lot of descriptive, sometimes cringe-inducing, sexual escapades, and this one is no exception--from Russia to the Caribbean and finally to Cuba, where he fights gangsters and dictators to build a bootlegging empire and eventually struggles to save the life of the only woman he has ever truly loved.