Browsing: William Morrow
A fictional memoir of Christina Olson, who seemed destined for a small life in her family’s home in Maine due to an incapacitating illness but for more than twenty years, she was an inspiration for the artist Andrew Wyeth and became the subject of one of the best-known American paintings.
The unique, untold American gangster story of Jose Miguel Battle Sr. (“El Padrino”), the leader of the “The Corporation” – also known as “The Godfather.”
William Doyle’s latest book, PT 109: An American Epic of War, Survival, and the Destiny of John F. Kennedy, is a harrowing account of survival when the would-be president and his PT 109 crew found themselves shipwrecked during World War II in August 1943.
Documents the details of the events that would eventually pave John F. Kennedy’s path to presidency. When the U.S. Navy’s torpedo boat, PT 109, was struck by a Japanese destroyer, it was split in half and Kennedy and the surviving crewmen were left to die, clinging to the wreckage in the middle of the ocean.
Writer and food blogger serves of a new, female-driven tale that is being described as The Devil Wears Prada meets Kitchen Confidential. CAA is handling the film rights with Janklow & Nesbit repping the book which is in stores now.
An aspiring cookbook author discovers the glamour — and toxic realities — of the New York restaurant scene when she’s recruited to serve as a ghost writer and surrogate eater for a famed Times’ restaurant critic desperate to hide that he’s lost his sense of taste.
Joe Hill, the son of Stephen King, continues to make his own way in the horror genre with his next book, The Fireman, currently on selective submission for film and television rights. The book is set for publication next spring.
Neal Stephenson, the #1 New York Times bestselling author, has a hot new sci-fi property making waves on the market, Seveneves. The novel is being hailed as an epic space adventure in the vein of Interstellar.