Leonard Gross


Works

The Last Jews in Berlin
The Last Jews in Berlin adds an impassioned page to the history of World War II: the story of a dozen Jewish men and women who lived out the war years in the eye of the Nazi storm – ordinary people rising to extraordinary heights to save their own and others’ lives.

Mirror
Mirror is the story of influential people at turning points in their lives, caught up in the struggle for survival of a famous national magazine during the fateful year 1968. Bound to the narrative are the chaotic events that made that year a watershed in American life – the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy, the fall of Lyndon Johnson, the rise of Richard Nixon, the Chicago riots, the Columbia University takeover.

Other Books by Leonard Gross


GOD AND FREUD, McKay, 1959
THE LAST BEST HOPE, Random House, 1967
1985, Norton, 1971
PEOPLE IN CHANGE, Addison Wesley, 1975
HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH?, Random House, 1983
STRANGERS AT THE GATE, Random House, 1995

Co-Authored Books


THE GREAT WALL STREET SCANDAL, McGraw Hill, 1974
with Raymond L. Dirks

TOTAL FITNESS, Simon &Schuster, 1975
with Laurence E. Morehouse, Ph.D.

HOW TO CHOOSE AND USE YOUR DOCTOR, Arbor House, 1975
with Marvin S. Belsky, M.D.

MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE, Simon & Schuster, 1977
with Laurence E. Morehouse, PH.D

THE DOSSIER, Doubleday, 1984
with Pierre Salinger

THE REJUVENATION STRATEGY, Doubleday, 1987
with Rene Cailliet, MD

MORTAL GAMES, Doubleday, 1988
with Pierre Salinger

MAKE YOUR CHILD A LIFELONG READER, Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc., 1986
in collaboration with Jacquelyn Gross, Ed.D.

Ghostwritten Books


THE SELF IN PILGRIMAGE by Earl A. Loomis, Jr. M.D. (Harper, 1960)
HEADS YOU WIN, TAILS YOU WIN by Ray Dirks (Stein & Day, 1979)
WINNING BY NEGOTIATION by Tessa Albert Warschaw (McGraw Hill, 1980)
AMERICA HELD HOSTAGE by Pierre Salinger (Doubleday, 1981)
MONEY FOR LIFE by Steve Crowley (Simon & Schuster, 1991)

Selected Works

Nonfiction
"Illuminates an entire subject.”
--The New York Times
“Nothing short of a tour de force.”
--Los Angeles Times
Fiction
“Mirror is a compelling novel, so well paced that the pages almost turn themselves.”
-- Susan Isaacs

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