Gerald A. Browne
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Gerald Austin Browne (born 1924, in Connecticut, United States) is an American author and editor.
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, 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.
- 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.
- "11 Harrow-house; By Gerald A. Browne.". The New York Times. April 9, 1972. p. BR38.
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