|Raiders, the (1994) [Novel]|
by Harold Robbins
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(From the publisher):
Harold Robbins enthralled millions of readers with The Carpetbaggers, arguably the best and certainly the most popular novel ever written about the early days of Hollywood. Now, in The Raiders, he continues that story. The Raiders pits Jonas Cord's illegitimate son, Bat, against his father, as Jonas moves his billion-dollar enterprise to Las Vegas, taking on the Mob, and taking into bed a beautiful, sexy blonde with a secret past. Readers of The Carpetbaggers will be delighted to meet up with Nevada Smith again, and pleased to hear that the sex scene in a bathtub that changed the lives (or at any rate, the imaginations) of millions of American males, is surpassed in this explosive erotic sequel, in which Jonas's daughter and his son set out to exceed him in every way, in and out of bed.
Original title: The Raiders
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Rich & Famous