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Goodbye, Janette by Harold Robbins

Goodbye, Janette (original 1981; edition 1981)

by Harold Robbins (Author)

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Title:Goodbye, Janette
Authors:Harold Robbins (Author)
Info:Pocket Books (1981)
Collections:Read but unowned

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Goodbye, Janette by Harold Robbins (1981)



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Probably the most erotic book I have ever read. ( )
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This novel is dedicated with love to Zelda Gitlin with gratitude for the faith, love and support she has so freely given to me, both as a novelist and as a human being throughout the years
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He was nervous. She could see that in the way he paced around the room, occasionally going to the window and lifting the lace curtain to look out at the rain-swept Geneva street.
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With the help of a German general, Tanya, the beautiful widow of a Polish count, survives the hardships of World War II only to find equally dangerous the glamorous, extravagant world of French high fashion into which she and her two daughters make their way.… (more)

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