As many as two in five drivers name their first car, with Betsy (which was the title of a Harold Robbins
best-seller) the most popular current name.
The most popular name for a car is Betsy - after the best-selling novel by Harold Robbins
Best-selling author Harold Robbins
died a pauper with the taxman chasing him.
She began to read a Harold Robbins
novel and her thoughtful husband, Sid, brought out an old card table, spread with gingham, and plonked a cup of tea and a saucer of biscuits on it.
"I was going to be the Harold Robbins
of Geordieland," sighed Waddell.
Crime thriller based on the book by Harold Robbins
, chronicling 20 years in the life of a New York gang boss who holds the Big Apple in his thrall.
The opening of American writer Harold Robbins
' book The Carpetbaggers (John Blake, pounds 6.99) , hailed as the 'all-time greatest novel of power, greed, money and corruption' in this new edition.
We crossed paths rarely and discreetly with the heterosexual hordes, and we never called attention to ourselves--except for lapses like that night a bunch of us shrieked and cackled uncontrollably at the premiere of Harold Robbins
's The Lonely Lady, starring Pia Zadora and a garden hose.
She says a rich diet of Harold Robbins
many years ago has set the bar high for sexy fiction and Fifty Shades just doesn't measure up.
The rise of the Hilton clan could have come straight from the pages of a Harold Robbins
Disillusionment surfaces in A Stone for Danny Fisher (Headline, pounds 17.99), a reprint of the bestselling Harold Robbins
novel set in New York first published in 1955.
Some of the studio backlot stuff is interesting, but most of Harold Robbins
' sleazy story is dealt with in lurid melodramatic fashion.