The Gendarme

The Gendarme

eBook - 2010
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Seen by those around him as a virtually senile nonagenarian, Emmet Conn is haunted by vivid memories of a past he and others deliberately worked to forget, a situation that compels him to seek out the love of his life to beg her forgiveness.
Published: New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, c2010.
ISBN: 9781101442692
1101442697
9781101438695
110143869X
Branch Call Number: DOWNLOADABLE EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (294 p.)

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mfollowstheroad
Jun 02, 2016

A book about how far love can take you. Cross countries, time and trials. A very poignant end.

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muffin0321
Jun 23, 2012

Very well written and based on true events. Gruesome in parts but definitely worth the read.

A gripping and well-written novel about the horrific events of the carefully planned and executed Turkish genocide of the Armenian community in the death throes of the Ottoman Empire (1914-1923). It should be noted that, 100 years after the genocide, the leaders of the Turkish Republic, from the tyrannical president on down, unanimously deny that it took place. Any Turk disagreeing with this position is likely to be thrown in jail, guilty of insulting the state.

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mfollowstheroad thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

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