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by Harold Robbins


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The Lonely Lady The boldest, most provocative novel from America’s master storytelle. Robbins’ books are packed with action, sustained by a strong narrative drive and are given vitality by his own colorful life.

The Lonely Lady The boldest, most provocative novel from America’s master storyteller. Harold Robbins is a master! -Playboy Robbins’ books are packed with action, sustained by . The Wall Street Journal. Robbins is one of the world’s five bestselling author. ach week, an estimated 280,000 peopl. urchase a Harold Robbins book. Robbins grabs the reader and doesn’t let go. -Publishers Weekly.

The Lonely Lady book. Harold Robbins is a master  . When it was published, The Lonely Lady spent 24 weeks on the best-seller list, turning Hollywood on its ear and, yet again, showing the world that Harold Robbins stood alone in his ability to redefine erotic fiction. Robbins, author of The New York Times best-selling novel The Carpetbaggers, proves that his books still have the power to keep readers turning pages.

The Lonely Lady is a 1983 drama film directed by Peter Sasdy, adapted from the 1976 novel written by Harold Robbins, which itself was believed to have been based on Robbins' memories of Jacqueline Susann. The cast includes Pia Zadora in the title role, Lloyd Bochner, Bibi Besch, Jared Martin, and in an early film appearance, Ray Liotta. The original music score was composed by Charlie Calello.

When it was published, The Lonely Lady spent 24 weeks on the best-seller list, turning Hollywood on its ear and, yet again, showing the world that Harold Robbins stood alone in his ability to redefine erotic fiction.

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Title: The Lonely Lady (1983). to write a screenplay for the Harold Robbins' book "The Lonely Lady.

Title: The Lonely Lady (1983). To this day we still rate movies, even very bad ones, by how much better than "The Lonely Lady" they are. A long time ago I saw an interview with Eleanor Perry, who wrote the screenplays for, among other things, "Last Summer" and "Diary of a Mad Housewife," and she related that she had been asked to write a screenplay for the Harold Robbins' book "The Lonely Lady. She said that she sent in a treatment and it was rejected because they didn't think she understood the difficulties of a female screenwriter in Hollywood.

Harold Robbins, the author who rewrote the rules for erotic fiction, turns Hollywood on its ear in The Lonely Lady. Harold Robbins was born in New York City on May 21, 1916

Harold Robbins, the author who rewrote the rules for erotic fiction, turns Hollywood on its ear in The Lonely Lady. Harold Robbins was born in New York City on May 21, 1916. He later claimed to be a Jewish orphan who had been raised in a Catholic boys' home, but in reality he was raised in Brooklyn by his father and stepmother. He made his first million at the age of twenty by selling sugar for wholesale trade.

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A complete and unabridged omnibus edition of three of the author's novels.

Comments: (7)

unmasked
Any book which has the ultimate message to readers that '' We're all whores. '' is more than OK in my world. If you've ever asked yourself '' How can one go from being a Tony award winning actress to a drug addled lesbian stripper? '' ( I know I have many times ) THE LONELY LADY will deliver the answer. Jeri's journey, from her Sexual Awakening, through her downward spiral and nervous breakdown, to her eventual triumph as a Feminist Icon, would make Gloria Steinem proud ( and leave you with your mouth agog ). While not as good as Robbins' A STONE FOR DANNY FISHER ( which I really do think is the greatest 20th century American novel ), this is still one of his more interesting 'trash' novels. If you'd like to see how filthy Harold Robbins could really get, read GOODBYE JANETTE. The semen practically drips off the pages of that book.
Chankane
This was a little different than the movie...very good! I loved the movie just because it was so bad and cheesy....and starred Pia Zadora! The book was more in depth and had a couple of interracial, sexual relationships , which were completely omitted from the movie. Arrived in great condition and very fast! Thank you!
Qusicam
Harold Robbins being Robbins... not for the faint of heart!
Sharpbinder
Not the oddest book I ever read, but probably the stupidest. This book reminded me of Sidney Sheldon only the story didn't come together at any point. The main character is unlikable and there is no clear reason for why she is how she is. She goes back and forth between wise,slightly successful strong woman to most of the time loser waste of space and time. I finished it hoping at some point she would wake up and redeem herself but she really never does.
Kaghma
I like Harold Robbins books generally. They usually have a reasonable story line and flow quite well. It is not difficult to get into the story lines and keep up with them. However this book was very bland and I kept waiting for something dynamic to happen and it never did. I actually found myself looking forward to the end of the book which was very disappointing.
Tansino
I read this book for the first time when I was 16...at the time I loved it..looking back though, I think it's probably because it was so risqué for the time...(70's) I was a good read the second time, but I definitely so a lot of flaws.. I liked it though...just didn't love it as much as I had as a girl.
Hiclerlsi
I remember a dog-eared copy of this one being passed around in high school. Ha. It's definitely a sweaty-palm read, but the main character of Jeri Lee is a tragic one, loosely based on Grace Metalious.
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The LONELY LADY : THE LONELY LADY download epub
Author: Harold Robbins
ISBN: 067187490X
Category: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Pocket Books (August 1, 1993)