Book List in Order: 13 titles


  • William Harrison is the author of nine novels, three collections of short stories, two major screenplays, essays andtravel pieces. He was the co-founder of the writing program at theUniversity of Arkansas and still lives in Fayetteville. Six couples...



  • Winner of the 2005 Texas Review Fiction PrizeAuthor Biography: WILLIAM HARRISON is the author of eight novels—five of them set in Africa—as well as two previous volumes of short stories, essays, and major screenplays, including the original Rollerbal...




  • When retired reporter Will Hobbs learns his son Buck is being sent on assignment to Africa, he is concerned. Will spent his career covering the volatile territory Buck is headed into and the kinds of danger he is likely to encounter. And Buck leaves ...



  • In his first collection of stories since the famed "Roller Ball Murder, " William Harrison casts a sardonic eye on unique facets of our present society, as well as our futuristic destinies. Composed of seventeen stories, "The Buddha in Malibu" is div...















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    In the near future, there will only be corporations, comfort, conformity and Rollerball. In the very near future, they will produce a war every week during prime time and televise it to the rest of the world. They will call it Rollerball. Within the ...



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    The new warden poses as a prisoner to discover what conditions are really like at Wakefield prison, and then battles the town, the state, and even the prisoners to implement reforms....



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    This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor p...



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    When the close confidante of the U.S. President is murdered in Africa, a rag-tag task force assembles to solve that crime & similar ones: people killed evidently by cobra venom. Can a cadre of disparate govt. agencies headed up by a veteran contract ...