- ISBN 0380010240
- ISBN13 978-0380010240
- Author Jack Hoffenberg
- Publisher Avon Books (October 1, 1977)
- Formats lrf txt txt docx
- Category Fiction
- Size ePub 1343 kb
- Size Fb2 1639 kb
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Anvil of Passion book.
Anvil of Passion book.
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Steven Hoffenberg is the former chairman of Towers Financial Corporation, a debt collection agency, that he used in a Ponzi scheme. He was the owner of the New York Post. The SEC considered his financial crimes as "one of the largest Ponzi schemes in history" prior to Bernie Madoff's crimes a decade later.
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Anvil of Passion - Jack Hoffenberg. In ANVIL OF PASSION, the author has created the compelling story of Sam Palmer and Caroline Potter, who carve their place in a sprawling, lawless land - fighting savagery and corruption with the daring of their own courageous love.
Mason Kass Hoffenberg was an American writer best known for having written the satiric novel Candy in collaboration with .
Mason Kass Hoffenberg was an American writer best known for having written the satiric novel Candy in collaboration with Terry Southern. Hoffenberg said that he tried to interest Maurice Girodias of Olympia Press with Burroughs"s Naked Lunch, but the publisher wasn"t initially interested, though he later did publish the book He wrote the erotic novel Sin for Breakfast, published by Sphere (London) in 1971. In Paris, he became a heroin addict and then kicked the habit with the help of methadone. He eventually became an alcoholic. Living in the Swinging London in the 1960s, he befriended Marianne Faithfull, Mick Jagger and Yoko Ono.
When my Aunt discovered a cousin and I sneaking "The Joy of Sex" out of her library at age 10, she handed us this book and told us that if we really wanted to read a sexy book, this was a great one. It was, and still is. I eventually read my Aunts copy so many times that the spine cracked.