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Harold Robbins

(Harold Rubin)
USA (1916 - 1997)
Father of Adréana Robbins

aka Frank Kane

Harold Robbins was a best-selling author whose novels about sex, money and power were scorned by critics and loved by readers. Raised in a New York orphanage, Robbins dropped out of school at the age of 15 and used his entrepreneurial skills to become a millionaire by the age of 20. His fortune quickly evaporated and in 1937 he went to work as a shipping clerk for Universal Pictures in Hollywood. Robbins worked his way up to the executive level and began writing novels. In 1948 he had a hit with Never Love a Stranger, and in the 1950s he began writing novels full-time. Several of his books were bestsellers, including The Carpetbaggers (1961) and The Betsy (1971), both of which were made into movies.
 
Series
Carpetbaggers
1. The Carpetbaggers (1961)
2. The Raiders (1994)
The CarpetbaggersThe Raiders
 
The BetsyThe Stallion
 
Predators
1. The Predators (1998)
2. The Secret (2000)
The PredatorsThe Secret
 
The LootersThe DeceiversThe ShroudThe Curse
 
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Kill Kissinger (1974)
(Malko Linge, book 6)
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"Tremendous tales of high adventure and espionage."
Checkpoint Charlie
Checkpoint Charlie (1975)
(Malko Linge)
Gérard de Villiers
"Tremendous tales of high adventure and espionage."
By the Rivers of Babylon
By the Rivers of Babylon (1978)
Nelson DeMille
"Not since Exodus has there been such a raw powerful story of the Middle East."



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