The Prize

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Simon & Schuster, 1962 - Fiction - 768 pages
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"The Nobel Foundation of Stockholm is pleased to inform you that you have today been voted this years Nobel Prize stop the prize will be a gold medallion and a cheque for fifty thousand three hunderd dollars stop the award ceremony will take place in stockholm on December tenth stop details follow stop heartiest congratulations ..." Irving Wallace's huge, exciting new novel opens as this telegram is delivered to six people, scattered around the world. Suddenly, ater the first moment of elation, each realizes that from now on not only his achievements but every aspect of his private life will be bathed in the glare of international publicity.

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Irving Wallace's novel about the Nobel Prize was the #8 bestselling book in 1962. It took him over a decade to research and write. Unfortunately his research lays too heavily within the story and made ... Read full review


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