Historical Thriller “Mission Churchichill” by Alex Abella Unveils a Gripping Tale of Espionage and Vengeance Inspired by Warren Adler’s “Target Churchill”

In a riveting exploration of historical intrigue, Alex Abella takes readers on a heart-stopping journey through the corridors of power and the shadows of covert operations in his latest novel, “Mission Churchill.” Drawing inspiration from Warren Adler’s acclaimed “Target Churchill” novel, Abella weaves a narrative that masterfully combines history and fiction in a pulse-pounding historical […]

Trans-Mongolian Express: A Riveting Historical Thriller by David L. Robbins, Inspired by Warren Adler’s Trans-Siberian Express

The Adler Entertainment Trust is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of “Trans-Mongolian Express,” the latest novel from the acclaimed author David L. Robbins. Inspired by Warren Adler’s “Trans-Siberian Express,” this gripping thriller is set against the backdrop of post-Chernobyl Eastern Europe and promises to be a page-turner. David L. Robbins, known for his best-selling […]


NEW YORK (PRWEB) MAY 09, 2020 Adler Entertainment Trust, managers of the estate of author, Warren Adler, announced today the publication of second book in The Lakeside Falls Murder Mystery Series: “Flanagan’s Strings”. Written by Andrew Frothingham and inspired by Warren Adler’s original premise and characters created in his mystery novel “Flanagan’s Dolls”, “Strings” is available […]

Jason Alexander directing Broadway-bound adaptation of The War of the Roses

Exciting News!  Jason Alexander of Seinfeld fame will be directing a new Broadway-bound adaptation of Warren Adler’s The War Of The Roses written by multi-award winner Peter (Rescue Me, Analyze This, Analyze That) Tolan. The first public performances will be held at The Ogonquit Playhouse in Maine from August 28th through September 17th.  Read full article […]

My Salute to English Teachers

Happy #TeacherAppreciationDay! In 1949 when I was twenty-one years old I took a creative writing course at the New School in Manhattan taught by Professor Don M. Wolfe. He had been my freshman English teacher at New York University, where I graduated in 1947, just two months shy of my twentieth birthday. Dr. Wolfe assigned […]

A Reflection on Hemingway’s Wayward Leopard

“Kilimanjaro is a snow covered mountain 19,710 feet high and is said to be the highest mountain in Africa. Its western summit is called the Masai ‘Ngaje Ngbi’, the House of God. Close to its summit there is the dried and frozen carcass of a leopard. No one has explained what the leopard was seeking at that altitude.” -“The Snows […]

The “Veddy” Formal Dinner Party: Some Harrowing Hints

“‘The ‘Veddy’ Formal Dinner Party’ is a satirical piece I wrote that was originally published in 1977 in Washington Dossier, the society magazine for the nation’s capital from 1975-1991 run by my wife and eldest son. Every page in the magazine reveals a different nuance of life during that era – revisiting this piece brought […]