Allen Drury - Fiction - 1962 - 603 pages
The highly educated ruler of a small African country makes trouble for the United Nations when he provokes a racial incident in Charleston, South Carolina.
Allen Drury - Fiction - 1959 - 616 pages
Complex study of the events and reasons that govern the Senators' decisions when they must confirm the President's choice for Secretary of State
Allen Drury - Fiction - 1998 - 380 pages
In a sequel to Toward What Bright Glory?, former student body president Richard Emmett "Willie" Wilson, now a U.S. senator, risks everything in a run for the presidency, while ...
Allen Drury - Fiction - 1990 - 527 pages
On the eve of World War II, four young men--Richard Emmett Wilson and his friends, Lattimer, Bates, and McAllister--find their safe college world threatened by confrontations ...
Allen Drury - Fiction - 1995 - 383 pages
U.S. Secretary of State Raymond Cass Stanley faces the ultimate challenge when he is forced to confront the leader of an oil-rich Middle East country that has obtained nuclear ...