The Predators by Harold Robbins Paperback Brand New in Excellent Condition 342 Pages Smoke and Pet Free Home The Predators takes you on a wild odyssey through the gaudy and reckless life of Jerry Cooper : his struggle to survive in depression New York; his years in Europe during the war; his friends, wives and lovers; his life in organised crime and his entrance into the world of high-powered international business. Into the world of Plesscassier. The premier purveyor of vintage French spring water, its owner Jean Pierre Martine is a consummate rogue whose all-consuming greed is rivalled only by his unbridled sexual desires. About the Author 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 best-sellers, including The Carpetbaggers (1961) and The Betsy (1971), both of which were made into movies.
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