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October 23, 1987 | KAY BARTLETT, Associated Press
It couldn't have been a better summer for Robert Stuart Nathan, a former journalist who dared to follow his boyhood dream of becoming a novelist. "My picture was in People magazine," said the 39-year-old author unabashedly. "I always thought I would give my left thumb to be in People." Nathan's suspense novel, "The White Tiger" (Simon & Schuster), a book he had wanted to write for 23 years, came out late in the summer.
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July 26, 1987 | KAREN STABINER
American publishers, like the French bourgeoisie, tend to take les vacances in August. They leave their offices as early on Fridays as their position in the corporate hierarchy will allow and head to the shore for the weekend, or they disappear entirely, returning only after the humidity has broken at home. This month's potential best sellers reflect the industry's wanderlust.
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