A Novel by Robert Girardi
- Published: Aug 28, 2020
A sweeping tale of love and redemption, honor and war, Robert Girardi's Gorgeous East follows three French Foreign legionnaires of very different backgrounds from the cliffs of Mont Saint-Michel to Istanbul's ancient alley ways, from raucous... read more
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Details of Gorgeous East
- Exact title of the book
- Gorgeous East
- Book author
- Robert Girardi
- St. Martin's Press
- Oct 12, 2010
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- 3168 kB
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A sweeping tale of love and redemption, honor and war, Robert Girardi's Gorgeous East follows three French Foreign legionnaires of very different backgrounds from the cliffs of Mont Saint-Michel to Istanbul's ancient alley ways, from raucous Parisian bars to the desolate Sahara. Gorgeous East takes us on an epic and unforgettable adventure with the wonderful John Smith, a lost Brooklynite they call the Handsome American Cowboy; Colonel de Noyer, the elder statesman slowly going mad; and Captain Pinard, whose past is so hideous he can't find love outside the Legion's walls. When a mission in the Sahara goes horribly wrong, one legionnaire must wage battle against a rogue terrorist group and rescue his brothers-in-arms.
In this tremendous return to form, Girardi show cases his sheer love of language and lumi n ous sense of place to deliver a masterful novel of the hearts and minds of soldiers of fortune.
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