Gerald A. Browne

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Gerald Austin Browne (born 1924, in Connecticut, United States) is an American author and editor.

Biography[edit]

Browne was raised in Litchfield County, Connecticut. He attended the University of New Mexico, The University of Paris and Columbia University, where he won several literary awards.[vague] His first novel, It's All Zoo, was written while he was living in Paris and working as a fashion photographer. His bestselling novels include 11 Harrowhouse,[1] Green Ice, 19 Purchase Street, Stone 588, and Hot Siberian, several of which have been made into movies. He lives in [San Diego, California] with his wife, Merle, a model and actress, as well as co-author of their novel entitled The Ravishers.

Works[edit]

  • It's All Zoo (1968).
  • The Ravishers (1970) Published as authored by Merle Lynn Browne, reissued in paperback in 1989 as authored by Gerald A. Browne.
  • 11 Harrowhouse (1972).
  • Hazard (1973).
  • The Arousers (1974) Published as authored by Merle Lynn Browne, reissued in paperback in 1989 as authored by Gerald A. Browne.
  • Slide (1976).
  • Green Ice (1978).
  • 19 Purchase Street (1982).
  • Stone 588 (1986).
  • Hot Siberian (1989)
  • 18mm Blues (1993) (published also as Blue Pearls).
  • West 47th (1996).

Additionally, a story composed by Browne during 1999, entitled Rush 929, was never published.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "11 Harrow-house; By Gerald A. Browne.". The New York Times. April 9, 1972. p. BR38. 

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