The Gold Coast Setting & Symbolism

Nelson Demille
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The Gold Coast

The North Shore of Long Island, New York, The Gold Coast is a bastion of old money and old world wealth, where the privileged live. Highly exclusive, the 'old' money families are highly upset by the news that Frank 'The Bishop' Bellarosa, has moved into one of the estates.

Stanhope Hall

The family home of Susan Stanhope Sutter, John's wife. Stanhope Hall, a fifty room mansion is vacant. Susan and John live in the guest house which was deeded to Susan along with ten acres when she married. The gatehouse is occupied by George and Ethel Allard, retainers, or lifetime employees of the family.

Alhambra

The Spanish-style mansion that Frank Bellarosa purchases, next to the Stanhope Estate.

Hick's Nursery

The location where John Sutter first meets Frank Bellarosa.

Grace Lane

The private road that provides access to the homes of the Sutter's and the Bellarosa's...

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