Book List in Order: 9 titles


  • Great stuff from a great American novelist. Jack Engelhard ("Indecent Proposal... The Bathsheba Deadline... The Days of the Bitter End...") brings it as only he can in language that is economical, hard-boiled and fast-paced to uncover through the art...



  • The hard-knocking clarity of his prose is astonishing... Jack Engelhard is back, and in "The Prince of Dice" he dazzles us once again as he has in such novels as "Indecent Proposal" and "The Bathsheba Deadline," to name but two of his works that test...



  • Jack Engelhard's "The Days of the Bitter End" may well be the definitive word on the 1960s. This is a landmark book, masterfully evocative. Engelhard once again proves himself to be a truly great novelist in this beautifully crafted historical novel ...



  • In his usual hard-edged prose, for which he is internationally famous, bestselling novelist Jack Engelhard (Indecent Proposal) draws us into the mind of a compulsive gambler in a work stunningly brilliant and original, and seductively readable. Compu...



  • The novel is about a man who finally accepts his limitations but refuses to give up on his dream, a paradox, yes, but that's life. The action takes place in the world of publishing, but also in an Atlantic City casino where a writer, Jay Leonard, who...



  • Eli Brilliant, young and handsome, is back home in Cincinnati after failing to make it in New York as an actor. Now he's employed as manager of a phone soliciting operation for Harry's Carpet City. The pits! He's in retail, for gosh sakes. Only one p...



  • New edition available September, 2014 - ISBN:978-1771431712 A Suspense Thriller and Towering Literary Achievement “Jack Engelhard’s The Bathsheba Deadline is a sexual/political thriller every bit as compelling as his perennial bestseller Indecen...



  • Julian Rothschild, a skilled casino gambler who gives away his winnings to the needy, gets mixed up with Dewey, a sweatshop owner who convinces Julian that he can help poor people keep their jobs by giving his winnings to him, when he actually wants ...



  • Reviewers have called it "powerful" and "brilliant." Newly released for its 25th anniversary edition, Jack Engelhard's novel "Indecent Proposal" has found its place alongside such classics as Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" and Tolstoy's "Anna Kareni...