Book Title: An American ProphetAuthor: Gerald GreenIllustrator: Stan HunterPublisher: The Franklin Library, PAPart of the First Edition Society seriesDate: 1977Brown leather binding with gilt design
Gerald Green (1922 - 2006) was an American author and journalist who was born in Brooklyn. An American Prophet is the 14th novel by Green and features a retired professor as its protaganist who stands between the creatures and land of the Sonora desert in Southwestern Arizona and the wealthy developers, builders and ranchers who care only about more wealth.
Book Title: Anna HastingsAuthor: Allen DruryIllustrator: Uldis KlavinsPublisher: The Franklin Library, PAPart of the First Edition Society seriesDate: 1977Red leather binding with gilt design
Description: Anna Hastings is a 1977 political novel by Allen Drury which follows the titular reporter as she climbs her way to the top of the Washington media elite
Book Title: Beggarman, ThiefAuthor: Irwin ShawIllustrator: Mark BellerosePublisher: The Franklin Library, PAPart of the First Edition Society seriesDate: 1977Blue leather binding with gilt design
Irwin Shaw was an American playwright, screenwriter, novelist, and short-story author. He is best known for his works of commerical fiction, such as The Young Lions, which was made into a film starring Marlon Brando, and Rich Man Poor Man. Beggarman, Thief is a sequel to Rich Man Poor Man.
Book Title: Full DisclosureAuthor: William SafireIllustrator: George JonesPublisher: The Franklin Library, PAPart of the First Edition Society seriesDate: 1977Navy leather binding with gilt design
William Safire was an American author, columnist, journalist, and presidential speechwriter. He is well known for being the writer of "On Language", a column in the New York Times. Using his past as a former presidential aide, William Safire wrote the popular novel Full Disclosure, a story in which members of the Cabinet attempt to remove their President from office.
Book Title: Getting Up and Going HomeAuthor: Robert AndersonIllustrator: Barnett PlotkinPublisher: The Franklin Library, PADate: 1978Part of the First Edition Society seriesBrown leather binding with gilt design
Robert Anderson was an American playwright, screenwriter, and theater producer. He may be best-remembered as the author of Tea and Sympathy, which was adapted into both a Broadway play and film. Getting Up and Going Home is a short novel written by Anderson amidst many plays and screenplays.
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