For nearly sixty years I used to think that I was the only Warren Adler in the world. In school, from elementary to college, in the United States Army where I served and in my career as a writer. Up to then I had never met or even heard about another Warren Adler.
It made me believe that my parents had given me a name so unique that it couldn’t be replicated. I was told I was named after a great grandfather whose name was “Wolf” and my Hebrew name is Zev, which means Wolf.
I have a feeling, although never admitted by my parents, that the name Warren was suggested by the President Warren Harding, who died in office four years before my parents were married.
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