by Harold Robbins
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Amazon Editorial Review
Harold Robbins is America's master storyteller. His new novel-his most daring and ambitious to date is set in the glittering world of haute couture. Spanning two generations, two continents, from the fear and corruption of occupied France to the glamor of jet-set society and international high fashion. Goodbye, Janette is a book of nonstop excitement. It plunges the reader into a world in which fortune turns on a new line, a new model, a new face; in which beauty, youth, and elegance are commodities, bought, sold, and traded. At its center are three women, as richly sensual and exciting as only Harold Robbins can create them: Tanya, whose instinct for survival has taken her from the sufferings of wartime Poland to the control of a vast fortune, and whose burning sexuality arouses in men passions she cannot control-and which eventually destroy her... Janette, Tanya's elder daughter, whose beauty and sensuality exceed even her mother's and who survives a childhood scene of stark sexual terror and perversion to conquer the world of international fashion; famous, wealthy, successful, elegant-but never free of the past... Lauren, Janette's half-sister, pursuing a liberated life-style, whose beauty makes her the toast of the fashion world and draws her into the intrigue and cross-currents of a crime that was committed before she was born... Their story is told in a novel more daring, more shocking, more deeply erotic than anything Harold Robbins has written before.
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