|Author:||Richard Martin Stern|
|Title:||The Towering Inferno|
|Format:||lrf mobi txt mbr|
|ePUB size:||1775 kb|
|FB2 size:||1967 kb|
|DJVU size:||1202 kb|
|Category:||Thrillers and Suspense|
|Publisher:||Pan Books Ltd; 1st edition (1974)|
Richard Martin Stern. This is the incredible suspense novel that inspired the famous movie The Towering Inferno staring Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, Faye Dunaway and William Holden. The World Communications Center is a glittering skyscraper that is fatally flawed in its design, compromised through dubious means. On opening night the building's systems fail spectacularly and the structure descends into violence and chaos, trapping the VIP guests of a gala opening celebration
Richard Martin Stern, an award-winning author whose book ''The Tower'' was part of the basis for the 1974 movie ''The Towering Inferno,'' died on Oct. 31 at his home here. He was 86. His declining health was worsened by the recent death of his wife, Dorothy, said his daughter, Mary Elisabeth Vinton. Mr. Stern wrote more than 20 mystery and suspense novels as well as short stories for Colliers and The Saturday Evening Post magazines. Two books, ''The Tower,'' and ''The Glass Inferno'' by Thomas N. Scortia and Frank.
Richard Martin Stern was an American novelist. Stern began his writing career in the 1950s with mystery tales of private investigators In 1959 his novel The Bright Road to Fear won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel. Stern is remembered for his 1973 novel The Tower, in which a fire engulfs a new metal-and-glass frame skyrise. Stern was inspired to write the novel by the construction of the World Richard Martin Stern was an American novelist
1973) (The Towering Inferno) A novel by Richard Martin Stern. Used availability for Richard Martin Stern's The Tower. November 1973 : UK Hardback. 1974 : USA Mass Market Paperback.
Richard Martin Stern allows us a good glimpse of human nature at its best and worst. Thanks to an efficient prose that takes you from one place and time to another with mastery, this book keeps a good pace. A must read for fans of The Towering Inferno.
The Tower by Richard Martin Stern (Paperback, 1974). In VERY GOOD condition, with some signs of previous use but very good overall. Daily dispatch from the UK The Tower (The Towering Inferno). Title : The Tower (The Towering Inferno). Authors : Stern, Richard Martin. Daily dispatch from the UK.
Richard Martin Stern (March 17, 1915 in Fresno, California – October 31, 2001 in Santa Fe, New Mexico) was an American novelist. Stern began his writing career in the 1950s with mystery tales of private investigators, winning a 1959 Edgar Award for Best First Novel, for The Bright Road to Fear. He was most notable for his 1973 novel The Tower, in which a fire engulfs a new metal-and-glass frame skyrise.
Richard Martin Stern, 86, an award-winning author whose book "The Tower" was a basis for the 1974 movie "The Towering Inferno," died Oct. 31 at his home in Santa Fe, . Born in Fresno, a fourth-generation Californian, Stern attended Harvard and lived in New York City, where he began writing short stories for Colliers and the Saturday Evening Post. His first book, "The Bright Road to Fear" in 1958, won the Edgar Award in 1959 for best first novel
The Towering Inferno (1974). The Towering Inferno (1974).
Richard Martin Stern. If you know more information about Richard Martin Stern help us to improve this page. Birthday: 17 March 1915, Fresno, California, USA. Richard Martin Stern's FILMOGRAPHY. as Creator (1). The Towering Inferno.