The Pirate of Gramercy Park (2020)

The Pirate of Gramercy Park Bruce Nicolaysen The Pirate of Gramercy Park As a nation claimed its destiny the dynasty claimed its fortune With riches amassed since the days when the family called their city New Amsterdam the de Kuypers took their place at the pinnacle of
  • Title: The Pirate of Gramercy Park
  • Author: Bruce Nicolaysen
  • ISBN: 9780380830145
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
The Pirate of Gramercy Park Bruce Nicolaysen As a nation claimed its destiny, the dynasty claimed its fortune.With riches amassed since the days when the family called their city New Amsterdam, the de Kuypers took their place at the pinnacle of the gilded age In a century when the nation pushed westward, was torn by Civil War, and was ruled by Wall Street robber barons, the de Kuypers became giants of shipping and bAs a nation claimed its destiny, the dynasty claimed its fortune.With riches amassed since the days when the family called their city New Amsterdam, the de Kuypers took their place at the pinnacle of the gilded age In a century when the nation pushed westward, was torn by Civil War, and was ruled by Wall Street robber barons, the de Kuypers became giants of shipping and builders of the new railroads.Their men were captains of industry, their women and their scandals the talk of society And as their influence reached from the Pacific to Europe, their dreams and vision became the American destiny.
The Pirate of Gramercy Park Bruce Nicolaysen

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  1. Kerrie

    The story of the De Kuyper clan and New York continues in a fairly lackluster entry which offered even less action than Beekman Place, if that was even possible.After this 4th installment in the series thank goodness there are only 5 , I ve gotten a clearer picture of the author s style or lack thereof It is simply a collection of pasteboard characters playing out roles in front of the much colorful and interesting background of New York history It is no different in this book.There really is n [...]

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