CAPTAINS AND KINGS -2 Taylor Caldwell

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CAPTAINS AND KINGS -2  by  Taylor Caldwell

CAPTAINS AND KINGS -2 by Taylor Caldwell
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This is a great surging novel about the amassing of a colossal fortune, the political power that comes with it, and the operation of a curse laid on an Irish-American dynasty and the ruthless driving man who founded it.Joseph Francis Xavier ArmaghMoreThis is a great surging novel about the amassing of a colossal fortune, the political power that comes with it, and the operation of a curse laid on an Irish-American dynasty and the ruthless driving man who founded it.Joseph Francis Xavier Armagh was thirteen years old when he first saw America through a dirty porthole on the steerage deck of The Irish Queen.

It was the early 1850s and he was a penniless immigrant, an orphan cast on a hostile shore to make a home for himself and his younger brother and infant sister. Some seventy years later, from his deathbed, Joseph Armagh last glimpsed his adopted land from the gleaming windows of a palatial estate.

A multi-millionaire, one of the most powerful and feared men, Joseph Armagh had indeed found a home. CAPTAINS AND KINGS is the story of the price that was paid for it in the consuming, single-minded determination of a man clawing his way to the top- in the bitter-sweet bliss of the love of a beautiful woman- in the almost too-late enjoyment of extraordinary children- and in the curse which used the hand of fate to strike in the very face of success itself.Once again, Taylor Caldwell has looked into Americas roistering past as a setting for a drama of the consequences of savage ambition - and its meaning then and now.



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