Books by Peter Ustinov

MONSIEUR RENê by Peter Ustinov
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 1999

"Deft and steadily amusing."
The marvelously multidimensional Sir Peter—actor with two Oscars (Spartacus and Topkapi), director, memoirist, columnist, UNICEF ambassador at large, playwright (Romanoff and Juliet), novelist, and short-story writer (Life Is an Operetta, 1997)—tells of the widower M. RenÇ, Permanent President of the International Brotherhood of Concierges and Hall Porters, who has a splendid if dangerous idea. Read full book review >
LIFE IS AN OPERETTA by Peter Ustinov
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 1, 1997

"Faded period charm."
From veteran actor, writer, and current UNICEF ambassador-at- large Ustinov (The Old Man and Mr. Smith, 1991, etc.), nine stories suggestive of other days and styles, featuring some rather dated themes and humor. Read full book review >
USTINOV STILL AT LARGE by Peter Ustinov
NON-FICTION
Released: March 24, 1995

"Illustrated with pen-and- ink drawings which show that even Ustinov can't do everything. (First printing of 50,000; $50,000 ad/promo; author tour)"
Sixty-five weekly columns, 199193, originally written by the versatile actor/director/novelist/memoirist Ustinov (The Old Man and Mr. Smith, 1991, etc.) for the European. Read full book review >
THE OLD MAN AND MR. SMITH by Peter Ustinov
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 10, 1991

"Hit-or-miss cosmic farce with a gently, insistently preachy undertone."
God and Satan return to Earth on a fact-finding mission, meeting after several millennia on a Washington street corner, in this shaggy, overextended fantasy. Read full book review >