Books by Jeffrey Robinson

Released: Aug. 2, 2011

"An object lesson in what a couple of determined law-enforcement agents can accomplish, even when outnumbered by the bad guys."
A real-life Law & Order case, starring Romedio Viola, a detective from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and Bonnie Klapper, a prosecutor from the U.S. Attorney's Office. Read full book review >
Released: July 25, 2000

"Robinson's prose is often breathless, urgent—even hyperbolic—but if only a modest moiety of his claims are accurate, the threats to the world's financial security are indeed ominous."
A prolific novelist and nonfiction author (The Hotel, 1997, etc.) explains the threat of international organized crime. Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 1997

A day-in-the-life view of venerable Claridge's of London. Read full book review >
BARDOT by Jeffrey Robinson
Released: June 5, 1995

"Despite his best efforts to the contrary, Robinson leaves one feeling that perhaps there really is no more to Bardot than meets the eye. (photos, not seen)"
Affectionate, workmanlike, but disappointing biography of the woman aptly described by Roger Vadim as ``Eve before God lost his temper in the Garden of Eden.'' As much a sociological event as a movie star, Brigitte Bardot transformed modern notions of sex as a subject for movies and as a paradigm for existence. Read full book review >
YAMANI: The Inside Story by Jeffrey Robinson
Released: May 29, 1989

Published in Great Britain last year, this extended piece of investigative journalism is not so much a biography of the ex-Saudi Oil Minister as it is an impressionistic review of the man at work. Read full book review >