Eugene Robinson Audio Books

Eugene Robinson Audio Books

Eugene Robinson joined the Washington Post in 1980 and has served as London bureau chief and foreign editor. Currently he is an associate editor and columnist. He has been a Nieman fellow at Harvard University, and he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary in 2009. The author of Coal to Cream and Last Dance in Havana, Robinson appears frequently on MSNBC as a political analyst.

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“ Royce and Hadrian are business partners. Their business? Crime. One a mercenary, the other a thief, they peddle their unique services to the wealthy aristocrats of the lands of Avryn. Or at least, ...” > read more

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