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Nash Novak, a struggling Seattle businesswoman who has been framed for arson and murder, is in desperate need of money for her defense. The only way for her to get it: A coffee plantation she has inherited. But there's a catch: She has to run the plantation, deep in the jungles of Colombia, a land of drug lords and warlords.

The mysterious inheritance of the plantation,
Paperback, 352 pages
Published August 28th 2007 by Forge Books (first published 2006)
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Someone gave this book to my mother in law - she didn't seem interested - so she passed it on to me - it was just okay - the sex scenes were the highlight - not the actual plot - I would say that 40% of the book was good and the rest sucked...
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Harold Robbins was the best of his time for the type of books he wrote.
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Born as Harold Rubin in New York City, he later claimed to be a Jewish orphan who had been raised in a Catholic boys home. In reality he was the son of well-educated Russian and Polish immigrants. He was reared by his pharmacist father and stepmother in Brooklyn.

His first book, Never Love a Stranger (1948), caused controversy with its graphic sexuality. Publisher Pat Knopf reportedly bought Never
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