Noel Bertram Gerson - An American Author (1914 - 1988)
aka Anne Marie Burgess
aka Samuel Edwards
aka Leon Phillips
aka Donald Clayton Porter
aka Dana Fuller Ross
The main themes of Noel B.s writing included personalities and events in American history. Among the subjects of his biographies were Sam Houston, Kit Carson and Presidents Andrew Jackson and Theodore Roosevelt.
As Dana Fuller Ross, he wrote the popular ''Wagons West'' series; as Donald Clayton Porter, he wrote the ''White Indian'' series. Two of his novels, ''55 Days at Peking'' and ''The Naked Maja,'' were made into movies.
Noel B. who wrote 325 books of fact and fiction under his own name and several pseudonyms, died at the age of 75 in 1988.
The story of William the Conqueror and his wife Matilda, the first queen of England. When beautiful and brilliant Lady Matilda, daughter of the wealthiest man in Christendom, marries William the Bastard Duke of Normandy, the repercussions of this str...
When Robin Stevens was hired to manage the Chicago Cougars, chances for a league championship were nil. But Stevens, a tough, arrogant wheeler-dealer, wanted to win Ruthlessly, he moves from the locker room to the bedroom, where the stakes are money...
Marriage certainly didn’t hinder Lillie Langtry from becoming the most celebrated courtesan of her time. Nor did it necessarily help. But Lillie was not a woman whose independence could be curbed by mere matrimony. She was the most beautiful woman ...