Books by Peter Collier

THE KING'S GIRAFFE by Mary Jo Collier
Released: April 1, 1996

"Nancy Milton's The Giraffe That Walked To Paris (1992) commemorates the same incident; while she, too, employs invented dialogue, the Colliers's first collaboration is a somewhat longer, more elaborately illustrated account. (Picture book. 8-10)"
In 1826, searching for a suitable gift for the king of France, Egypt's pasha happily seizes on the suggestion of a stable boy, Abdul, that he send his giraffe. Read full book review >
THE ROOSEVELTS by Peter Collier
Released: June 1, 1994

"Others—well-read in Roosevelt literature and not titillated by the bickering—will find it irritating."
A dubious new examination of the Roosevelt clan by the team that has previously delved into the lives of several American dynasties. Read full book review >
THE FONDAS by Peter Collier
Released: Jan. 10, 1990

Scissors-and-paste bio of the Fonda dynasty, with no visible interviews and not one fresh idea; by the coauthor (with David Horowitz) of the earlier dynasty best-sellers The Rockefellers, The Kennedys, and The Fords. Read full book review >
Released: March 22, 1989

Best known as biographers of wealthy American families (The Rockefellers, The Kennedys, The Fords), Collier and Horowitz are also former New Leftists who once edited the Movement's standard-bearer, Ramparts magazine. Read full book review >