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Harold Robbins loved music, especially jazz. He was friends with jazz great, Ray Brown. He went into business with Quincy Jones and Blake Edwards. They had an office at 9000 Sunset Boulevard and every day Harold, Blake and Quincy would hold court at a nearby restaurant, Scandia. The lunches would usually last all afternoon. Many young actors would show up, like Clint Eastwood. Harold nicknamed him "cowboy" and this was before his great westerns. George Peppard would come by, and this was before they were famous. Harold always picked up the tab and encouraged their careers. Harold met Henry Mancini...

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“The Predators was arguably the most creative period of Harold’s life. He not only wrote a fine novel to rank with Danny Fisher and The Carpetbaggers, he besieged me, night and day, with ideas and plots for all the other novels he planned on writing. I believe that was the happiest period of Harold’s life.” Bob Gleason – Executive Editor, Tor/Forge

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A warm and cozy read for the weekend...wrap yourself in the World of Harold Robbins. Choose from 25 best-selling blockbusters at Amazon.com. Ebook, audible, hardcover and paperback. Join the readers revolution...it's a way of life!Soon to be published by Shanghai 99 in Chinese (simplified) language. The World of Harold Robbins grows stronger.

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Remembering HAROLD ROBBINS - THE STORYTELLER. He did not come up through the ranks of academics. He took the hard, romantic road. Never one to be Huff-Po, he made hard money. He wrote as he lived, lugging his electric typewriter across the world among his 14 Rolls Royces, his yachts in the Mediterranean, his international orgies, and the thieving pirates of publishing. The rock star novelist. He produced a fantastic album of Jobim music from The Adventurers with Quincy Jones. His prose never wavered. It was fast and fanged, striking deep into his readers. There was no known antidote, except...

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On December 14, 1977 Harold Robbins was honored with his own star for his body of work in film. The same day, Mayor Tom Bradley proclaimed Harold Robbins day in Los Angeles. 12 movies based on bestselling novels by Harold Robbins...Never Love A Stranger, The Dream Merchants, 79 Park Avenue, A Stone for Danny Fisher (King Creole), The Carpetbaggers, Where Love Has Gone, The Adventurers, The Betsy, The Pirate, Stiletto, Nevada Smith, and The Lonely Lady.

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