Robert Gore

About me

I recently published my first historical novel, The Golden Pinnacle. Set in Industrial Revolution America, it is the story of rags-to-riches Wall Street financier Daniel Durand and his family. Kirkus Reviews hailed it as, “A historical novel as grand and ambitious as the characters and eras it portrays.”
For further information, see the website thegoldenpinnacle.com. My website and blog are at straightlinelogic.com. I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico with my wife and son. Further biographical information can be found at either website on the “About Robert Gore” tabs.

From my website

She Said That? 11/25/14

From Natalie DuBose, the African-American owner of Natalie’s Cakes and More in Ferguson, in an interview with CNN before the Ferguson decision was announced. “If I can’t open my doors every morning, I can’t feed my kids in the evening,” … Continue reading →

Dull and Deadly, by Robert Gore

We all knew them as kids: the ones whose homework was always done; who raised their hands; the teachers’ pets, student council, honor society, and prom committee; the valedictorian who gave the graduation speech as his parents beamed. They went … Continue reading →

The Hazards of Telling an Idiot He’s an Idiot, by Robert Gore

It can get you fired, as Chuck Hagel just found out after detailing in a memo to the White House the myriad and manifest flaws in the president’s Syrian and Islamic State strategy. Not that our response to that situation … Continue reading →

 
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