Brad Rowan, a public relations counselor with a posh office on New York's Madison Avenue, has achieved the power and success he relentlessly has strived for, but in the process destroys the women in his life
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Born in 1916 in New York City, Harold Robbins was a millionaire by the time he was twenty. He lost his fortune by speculating on the price of sugar before the outbreak of World War II. Later, his fabulously successful career as a novelist, with many of his books turned into movies, would once again make him incredibly wealthy. For many years, Robbins enjoyed the high life among the rich and famous; he owned a huge yacht and had houses on the French Riviera and in Beverly Hills. His novels often mirrored his own experiences and were often people with the characters he had met. He died at the age of eighty-one, survived by his wife, Jann, and his two daughters, Caryn and Andreana.
"Robbins' dialogue is moving . . . his people have the warmth of life."--The New York Times
"Robbins has the ability to hold his readers absorbed."--Chicago Tribune
"His characters are compelling, his dialogue is dramatic, and his style is simple and straightforward."--The Los Angeles Times
"Robbins' books are packed with action, sustained by a strong narrative drive, and are given vitality by his own colorful life."
---The Wall Street Journal
"Harold Robbins is a master!"--Playboy
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Book Description Avon Books (Mm), 1988. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110380001799
Book Description Avon Books (Mm). PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0380001799 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.1927823