Raiders a Novel the Sequel to the Carpetbaggers

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A sequel to "The Carpetbaggers," "The Raiders" is not as good as its predecessor. However, it is one of Harold Robbins' better novels, especially in comparison to the dreck /5(23).

The explosive sequel to The Carpetbaggers is set in an atmosphere of wealth, decadence, and unbridled sexuality, ranging in scene from Las Vegas to Mexico City, New York and Havana.

This electrifying tale continues the Cord family saga, pitting Jonas Cord, Jr. against his illegitimate son, Bat, in a struggle for control of a vast fortune/5. A sequel to "The Carpetbaggers," "The Raiders" is not as good as its predecessor.

However, it is one of Harold Robbins' better novels, especially in comparison to the dreck he had been cranking out since /5(21). NY: Simon and Schuster, 1st Edition.

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This electrifying tale continues the Cord family saga, pitting Jonas Cord, Jr. against his illegitimate son, Bat, in a struggle for control of a vast fortune.

The explosive sequel to The Carpetbaggers is set in an atmosphere of wealth, decadence, and unbridled sexuality, ranging in scene from Las Vegas to Mexico City, New York and Havana. This /5(2). by Harold Robbins includes books The Carpetbaggers and The Raiders. See the complete The Carpetbaggers series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.

2 Books #1 The Carpetbaggers Harold Robbins From $ The Carpetbaggers is a bestselling novel by Harold Robbins, which was adapted into a film of the same prequel Nevada Smith () was also based on a character in the novel.

In the United States, the term "carpetbagger" refers to an outsider relocating to exploit derives from postbellum South usage, where it referred specifically to opportunistic Northerners who. This film had Elvis Presley in the lead role. Among the best known novels of author Robbins is The Carpetbaggers.

It features the aeronautical industry’s prosperity to Hollywood’s glamor and travels from New York up to California. After the immense success of the book, author Robbins also wrote a sequel inwhich is titled as The Raiders.

The Carpetbaggers is a realistic, tough, ruthless, outspoken novel of men and women who always take more than they give. It is filled with sin and success as the sharply drawn characters search endlessly for love and power, to dominate others even at the expense of self-destruction/5().

Harold Robbins () was an American novelist who to date has sold over million books, making him one of the top book sellers of all time. He was also a controversial author, as his debut Never Love A Stranger caused quite the stir back in for its graphic sexuality.

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In the New York Times #1 bestseller The Carpetbaggers, readers were introduced to Jonas Cord, a man who wanted it all—and got it when his father died and the Cord fortune became everything wasn’t enough, and Jonas wanted more Now the compelling sequel, The Raiders, continues the electrifying saga of the Cord Jonas makes some regrettable business decisions that.

Buy a cheap copy of The Raiders book by Harold Robbins. Continuing the story of The Carpetbaggers, Jonas Cord, Jr., is tormented by his father's death, Nevada Smith reappears, and the bathtub sex scene is surpassed as Free shipping over $ It's 34 years since The Carpetbaggers ignited Robbins's fame, but the familiar scandals, sex, and skulduggery in this late- breaking sequel have cooled to room temperature.

Jonas Cord Jr., whose tumultuous relationship with his father ended lovelessly in The Carpetbaggers, by the s has become the Jonas Cord—rich and powerful. Its sequel, The Raiders, was released in After The Carpetbaggers and Where Love Has Gone () came The Adventurers (), based on Robbins's experiences living in South America, including three months spent in the mountains of Colombia with a group of bandits.

The book was adapted into a film inalso titled The Adventurers. More By and About This Author Thirty-four years after penning one of the bestselling novels of all time, Robbins has written a sequel-and while he hasn't matched the potboiling heat of The. Free download or read online The Carpetbaggers pdf (ePUB) book.

The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Harold Robbins. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Mass Market Paperback format.

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Tormented by dreams of his late father, Jonas Cord vowed his relationship with his own illegitimate son, Bat, will be s: The Raiders: A Novel Jonas Cord Jr., whose tumultuous relationship with his father ended lovelessly in The Carpetbaggers, by the s has become the Jonas Cord -- rich and powerful.

Though he has an year old daughter, Jonas vows to tell his son (should he ever happen to have one) that he loves him. One of the initial books written by Harold Robbins is titled as ‘The Carpetbaggers’. And by his teenage years, there was nothing Danny wanted that he didn’t have, until his family fell on hard times, dragging him into a world of poverty filled with violent encounters and anti-Semitic attitudes.

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Why is there a nine-year gap between the two novels. I wrote another novel, Armada, which came out in The explosive sequel to The Carpetbaggers is set in an atmosphere of wealth, decadence, and unbridled sexuality, ranging in scene from Las Vegas to Mexico City, New York and Havana.

This electrifying tale continues the Cord family saga, pitting Jonas Cord, Jr. against his illegitimate son, Bat, in a struggle for control of a vast fortune.

Robbins’ new novel, “The Raiders” (Random House), is a sequel to “The Carpetbaggers.” An update on the life of Jonas Cord, the now. From the author of the "New York Times" #1 bestselling novel "The Carpetbaggers" comes a hard-edged look at the seductive, high-stakes, and often hypocritical world of religious revivalism and televangelists.

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This electrifying tale continues the Cord family saga, pitting Jonas Cord Jr.

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against his illegitimate son, Bat, in a struggle for control of a vast fortune. The Carpetbaggers made Robbins' name a household word in the early sixties, especially after it was made into a movie starring George Peppard.

So now, 30 years and 13 books later, Robbins has written a sequel, figuring, no doubt, that glitzy novels featuring big bucks, big boobs, and plenty of showy sex are always in s: Among his best-known books is The Carpetbaggers.

It was loosely based on the life of Howard Hughes, taking the reader from New York to California, from the prosperity of the aeronautical industry to the glamour of Hollywood.

Its sequel, The Raiders, appeared in Robbins was married five times.About this Item: Four Square, London, Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Reprint. This is a Very Good Copy of this book in Publisher's soft is an unusual binding and is a special edition to celebrate the 1,th and was presented to Robert Maxwell (newspaper tycoon) with his name in red felt tip pen to the front soft cover book has been bound using.