Ayn Rand’s NIGHT OF JANUARY 16th; a secretary is put on trial for the murder of her employer.
Adela Rogers St. Johns’ SOME ARE BORN GREAT; a veteran reporter recalls some of the “special” women she knew.
Lee Iacocca’s and William Novak’s IACOCCA: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY; after a humiliating dismissal at Ford, the automobile executive rebounds, and transforms the bankrupt Chrysler into a fiscal triumph.
Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey’s HOME FREE; in the twenty-fifth year of their marriage, Kate Hart’s husband leaves her on Christmas Eve, just as an Iowa family breaks down in front of their house. By the author of A Woman of Independent Means.
Marie Killilea’s KAREN: A TRUE STORY TOLD BY HER MOTHER; a premature girl born with cerebral palsy in 1940, rebuffed by the medical establishment, is rehabilitated by her parents.