"In the grip of a business Marfia that has saddled them with soaring leases, the residents of a plush, jerry-built apartment block on the polluted Florida coast can despair of their hopes of a happy and secure retirement; the concrete is cracking, Hurricane Ella is brewing up . combines the qualities of Harold Robbins and John O'Hara"--P.  of cover.
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Review: CondominiumUser Review - Milley - Goodreads
An old book, 1977 but good. I like McDonald's narratives and insight on his characters . I had an old paperback resale for $2.99. Small print but more content than the new books today. Read full review
Review: CondominiumUser Review - Leon Story - Goodreads
This novel probably has John D. MacDonald's most complex plot, and certainly has the largest cast of significant characters. It's a difficult read, is not his usual "genre fiction", and thus won't ... Read full review