Where Love Has Gone by Harold Robbins

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Harold Robbins once said, “For me, the goal is always to make the page disappear and speak to my reader face to face as each character comes to life.”
The 1962 novel that rocked Hollywood to its core is finally back in print.  Ripped from the headlines, Where Love Has Gone is inspired by the real-life murder of Johnny Stompanato, Lana Turner’s lover, who was allegedly stabbed by the actress’ daughter. 
Luke Carey has a wife and a baby on the way.  His future looks bright … until his past catches up with him unexpectedly.  A phone call in the dead of night summons him back to San Francisco to help his fourteen-year-old daughter Danielle, whom he hasn’t seen in six years.  But helping Danielle means he may have to face his ex-wife Nora—a prospect Luke is none too eager to explore.
The inspiration for the 1964 blockbuster film starring Bette Davis.
 

About Harold Robbins

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Harold Robbins was born in 1915 in New York's Hell's Kitchen. He wrote twenty-three novels, as well as numerous film and television scripts. A bestselling novelist for over half a century, his novels have sold over 500 million copies.
 
Published June 30, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 377 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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