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BUSINESS FICTION, 1770-1991: James H. Berson Collection: 1989-1996
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Tony Aspler (1993). Blood Is Thicker Than Beaujolais: A Wine Lover's Mystery. (Los Angeles, CA: `Warwick Pub., 206 p.). Wine and wine making--Fiction.

Stephen Birmingham (1993). Carriage Trade. (New York, NY: Bantam, 469 p.). Clothing trade--Fiction; Rich people--Fiction; Stores, Retail--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

John Ed Bradley (1994). Smoke. (New York, NY: Holt, 400 p.). Couple-owned business enterprises--Fiction; City and town life--Fiction; Friendship--Fiction; Louisiana--Fiction.

William Brashler (1989). Traders. (New York, NY: Atheneum, 306 p.). Commodities traders and trading pits.

Po Bronson (1995). Bombardiers. (New York, NY: Random House, 319 p.). Former Salesman (First Boston). Black comedy about a "ragtag" bunch of bond traders hustling financial products in the 1990's.

Bebe Moore Campbell (1995). Brothers and Sisters. (New York, NY: Berkeley, 544 p.). Afro-American women--Fiction; Bank employees--fiction; Race relations--Fiction; Los Angeles (Calif.)--Fiction.

Douglas Coupland (1995). Microserfs. (New York, NY: ReganBooks, 371 p.). Computer software industry--Fiction; Young adults--Fiction.

Michael Crichton (1992). Rising Sun: A Novel. (New York, NY: Knopf, 355 p.). Police--California--Los Angeles--Fiction; Corporations, Japanese--California--Los Angeles--Fiction; Business intelligence--Fiction; Los Angeles (Calif.)--Fiction.

Iris Rainer Dart (1995). Show Business Kills: A Novel. (Boston, MA: Little, Brown, 310 p.). Motion picture industry--Fiction; Middle aged women--Fiction; Friendship--Fiction; Murder--Fiction; Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)--Fiction.

Linda Davies (1995). Nest of Vipers. (New York, NY: Doubleday, 406 p.). Former Merchant Banker. Floor traders (Finance)--England--London--Fiction; Commercial crimes--England--London--Fiction; Women in finance--England--London--Fiction; Conspiracies--England--London--Fiction; London (England)--Fiction.

Dorothy Dunnett (1992). Send a Fax to the Kasbah. (New York, NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 352 p.). Big business--Fiction.

Paul E. Erdman (1993). Zero Coupon. (New York, NY: Forge, p.). Commercial crimes--United States--Fiction; Capitalists and financiers--Fiction.

Stephen W. Frey (1995). The Takeover. (New York, NY: Dutton, 389 p.). Bank Vice President. Consolidation and merger of corporations--United States--Fiction; Political crimes and offenses--United States--Fiction; Conspiracies--United States--Fiction; Investment banking--United States--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction.

John M. Friedman (1990). The Hermes Project: A Novel of Industrial Espionage and Interracial Romance. (Monroe, NY: Library Research Associates, 219 p.). Business intelligence--Fiction; Interracial dating--Fiction.

Elizabeth Gage (1991). The Master Stroke. (New York, NY: Pocket Books, 373 p.). Corporations--Fiction; Business--Fiction.

John Kenneth Galbraith (1990). A Tenured Professor: A Novel. (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 197 p.). College teachers--Fiction; Economists--Fiction; Cambridge (Mass.)--Fiction.

Caroline Garcia-Aguilera (1996). Bloody Waters: A Lupe Solano Mystery. (New York, NY: Putnam, 274 p.). Solano, Lupe (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Women private investigators--Florida--Miami--Fiction; Cuban Americans--Fiction; Miami (Fla.)--Fiction.

David Hagberg (1995). High Flight. (New York, NY: Forge, 639 p.). Aircraft accidents--Fiction; Sabotage--Fiction; Business intelligence--Fiction; Aircraft industry--Fiction; McGarvey, Kirk (Fictitious character)--Fiction; United States--Foreign economic relations--Japan--Fiction; Japan--Foreign economic relations--United States--Fiction.

Arthur Hailey (1990). The Evening News. (New York, NY: Doubleday, 564 p.). Kidnapping--Fiction; Television journalists--Fiction; Terrorists--Fiction.

William Harrington (1991). Endgame in Berlin. (New York, NY: Donald I. Fine, 310 p.). Business intelligence--Fiction; Berlin (Germany)--Fiction.

Gini Hartzmark (1995). Bitter Business. (New York, NY: Fawcett, 307 p.). Women lawyers--Fiction; Chicago (Ill.)--Fiction.

William Jovanovich (1990). The World's Last Night. (San Diego, CA: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 303 p.). Business--Fiction.

Jon Katz (1991). Sign Off. (New York, NY: Bantam Books, 374 p.). Consolidation and merger of corporations--Fiction.

John Kingston (1996). The Level Playing Field. (Ft. Myers, FL: Shoeless Pub., 243 p.).

William Kotzwinkle (1996). The Bear Went Over the Mountain. (New York, NY: Doubleday, 306 p.). Authors and publishers--Fiction; Bears--Fiction.

Emma Lathen (1991). East Is East. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 268 p.). Banks and banking--Fiction.

--- (1993). Right on the Money: A John Putnam Thatcher Mystery. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 256 p.). Consolidation and merger of corporations--Fiction; Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1995). Accounting for Murder. (New York, NY: O. Penzler Books, 186 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1996). Brewing Up a Storm: A John Thatcher Mystery. (New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 248 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction. 

Susan Laubach (1996). The Whole Kitt & Caboodle: A Painless Journey to Investment Enlightenment. (Baltimore, MD: Bancroft Press, 176 p.). Investments--Fiction; Stocks--Fiction.

David Lodge (1989). Nice Work. (New York, NY: Viking, 276 p.).

Amanda MacLean (1996). Promise Me the Dawn. (Sisters, OR: Palisades Books, 492 p.). Earthquakes--Fiction; Businesswomen--Fiction; Women immigrants--Fiction; San Francisco (Calif.)--Fiction.

John R. Maxim (1996). The Shadow Box. (New York, NY: Avon Books, 380 p.). Wall Street--Fiction; Investment advisors--Fiction; Drug traffic--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction; Martha's Vineyard (Mass.)--Fiction.

Peter Mayle (1996). Anything Considered. (New York, NY: `Knopf, 303 p.). Truffles--Fiction; British--Monaco--Fiction.

Katherine Neville (1992). A Calculated Risk. (Newv York, NY: Ballantine, 403 p.). Banks and banking--Fiction; Computer crimes--Fiction.

Translator and Editor Tamae K. Prindle (1989). Made in Japan and Other Japanese "Business Novels". (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 202 p.). Short stories, Japanese--Translations into English; Business enterprises--Fiction; Japan--Social life and customs--Fiction.

Terry Pringle (1990). Tycoon: A Novel. (Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 281 p.).

Mark Probst (1989). Winter Losses. (New York, NY: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 311 p.). Fathers and sons--Fiction; Consolidation and merger of corporations--Fiction.

Luanne Rice (1993). Blue Moon. (New York, NY: Viking, 305 p.). Fishing accidents--Fiction; Family-owned business enterprises--Fiction; Sisters--Fiction; New England--Fiction; Rhode Island--Fiction.

Michael Ridpath (1995). Free to Trade: A Novel of Suspense. (New York, NY: HarperCollins, 346 p.). Former Fund Manager (International Bank). Floor traders (Finance)--England--London--Fiction; Commercial crimes--England--London--Fiction; Commercial crimes--United States--Fiction; London (England)--Fiction.

Lawrence Sanders (1988). Timothy's Game. (New York, NY: Putnam, 382 p.). Wall Street--Fiction; Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975--Veterans--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

Sidney Sheldon (1992). The Stars Shine Down. (New York, NY: Morrow, 400 p.). Business--Fiction.

Jane Smiley (1995). Moo. (New York, NY: Knopf, 414 p.). Universities and colleges--United States--Fiction.

Dana Stabenow (1994). A Cold-Blooded Business: A Kate Shugak Mystery. (New York, NY: Berkeley, 231 p.). Shugak, Kate (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Women private investigators--Alaska--Fiction; Alaska--Fiction.

Shashi Tharoor (1992). Show Business. (New York, NY: Arcade, 304 p.). Motion pictures--India--Fiction; India--Fiction.

Nancy Thayer (1991). Everlasting. (New York, NY: Viking, 322 p.). Florists--Fiction.

Michael M. Thomas (1990). Hanover Place. (New York, NY: Warner Books, 749 p.).

Brent Wade (1992). Company Man: A Novel. (Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 219 p.). Afro-American executives--Fiction; Corporate culture--Fiction; Baltimore (Md.)--Fiction.

Karen Tei Yamashita (1990). Through the Arc of the Rain Forest: A Novel. (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 212 p.). Rain forests--Fiction; Amazon River Region--Fiction.




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