A Stone for Danny Fisher Audiobook (Unabridged)

A Stone for Danny Fisher (Unabridged), by Harold Robbins
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Born into a family of modest means and respectability, Danny Fisher was gradually driven downward into the world of crime, racketeering and poverty. His bitterness, his homesickness over the loss of the house in Brooklyn that was given to him for his eighth birthday, and his feud with his harsh father, pulled him one way; his natural decency and his love for a sweet Italian girl, Nellie Petito, pulled him another.

Danny was a boxer--a sensational amateur and potential champion--and he might have gone straight had the fight promoters not tried to exert pressure. Nevertheless, the driving force behind Danny's actions was always his sustaining love for Nellie. In a story that is realistic and yet compassionate, Harold Robbins reveals what makes the Danny Fishers what they are. Download and start listening now!

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Author Harold RobbinsThough you may know Harold Robbins from the popular title A Stone for Danny Fisher, Robbins is actually one of the most renowned Fiction authors in our catalog. In total, we carry 1 audiobook from Robbins, with the latest Fiction title being: A Stone for Danny Fisher. A Stone for Danny Fisher was added to our catalog in 2009, making it the author's oldest title available on our website, while A Stone for Danny Fisher is the most popular and bestselling from Robbins. Enjoy over 16 hours of listening from Robbins, among the 1 audiobook we have available. With such a wide variety, we know you're sure to enjoy Fiction books from Harold Robbins. Robbins was born on May 21, 1916 in New York and lived until October 14, 1997. For more choices and information on Harold Robbins, please visit his author page: Harold Robbins.