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David Wallechinsky & Amy Wallace. Cover Design By: David Dodd OTHER CROSSROAD PRESS BOOKS BY IRVING WALLACE. NOVELS: The Prize. Irving Wallace has 63 books on Goodreads with ratings. Irving Wallace's most popular book is The Second Lady. Irving Wallace (March 19, – June 29, ) was an American best-selling author and screenwriter. Wallace was known for his heavily researched novels.
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He also contributed three scripts to the western television program Have Gun — Will Travel. After an unsatisfying stint in Hollywood, he devoted himself full-time to writing books.
He published his first non-fiction work in , The Fabulous Originals, and his first fiction offering, The Sins of Philip Fleming, in The latter, ignored by critics, was followed by the enormously successful The Chapman Report.
Wallace published 33 books during his lifetime, translated into 31 languages. Her first novel, The Fountains, was an American best-seller and published in twelve foreign editions. Her second novel, Empress , was published in In her autobiography, Amy Wallace wrote that her mother's contributions were not always helpful and the atmosphere not always harmonious. Several of Wallace's books have been made into films.
Korda described that Wallace invented a style of novel that is at once a strong story and encyclopedia, with "some sex thrown in to keep the reader's pulse going.