The Gendarme

The Gendarme

Book - 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.
Publisher: New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, c2010.
ISBN: 9780399156342
0399156348
Branch Call Number: MUSTI
Characteristics: 294 p. ; 24 cm.

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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).

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Jun 02, 2016

mfollowstheroad thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

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