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Clifford Irving: what really happened
|Other titles||What really happened.|
|Statement||by Clifford Irving with Richard Suskind.|
|Series||Zebra books, Z-1106-T|
|LC Classifications||CT275.H6678 I78|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 378 p.|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||72088115|
This is the first book I have read by Clifford Irving and I thought it was very well written. He draws you into the story, I felt like I was there in the court room! I won't give anything away in the outcome of the case, but I think daddy's girl had a lot of people fooled/5. WHAT REALLY HAPPENED by CLIFFORD IRVING with RICHARD SUSKIND pages. Grove Press. $ What really happened? The title protests a bit too much, implying that after the flood of words already published about the famous fabricated "autobiography" of Howard Hughes, only Clifford Irving, the famous fabricator, can tell the true story.
Hard to believe any of it really happened. From page to page you'll be biting your nails in suspense. The motion picture based on this book is very good but Clifford Irving is Not treated fairly and an encounter with prostitutes (not in the book) to deceive Dick Susskind never happened and even Richard Gere admitted so on Charlie Rose/5. A Lawyer's Novel As a practicing public defender, I found much to appreciate in Mr. Clifford's work. I identified with the main character, Warren Blackburn. Warren displayed many of the sentiments I experience daily: his disdain for pretentious judges, his firm conviction in the rule of law in spite of its callous disregard by many judges and prosecutors, his open non-condensending respect for /5.
Clifford Irving graduated from Cornell University in and soon traveled to Europe, where he completed the first of some 20 novels and works of nonfiction, including the legal thriller "Trial. Irving's biography showcased how he and a few other did a bogus con game on the publishing industry, which amazed still does today. His book is a great tale of how he perpetrated his scam. This book read like a mystery story, but its all true. What amazes me is that it really happened.5/5(5).
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Clifford Irving: What Really Happened (His Untold Story of the Hughes Affair) Hardcover – January 1, by Clifford Irving (Author)1/5(1). Clifford Irving now tells his own story for the first time. The author of the caper of the century reveals everything -- a deeply personal and often hilarious confession -- the untold story of the Hughes Affair 1/5(1).
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With Mr. Suskind, Mr. Irving recounted the debacle in “Clifford Irving: What Really Happened,” published by Grove Press in (It was reissued in as “The Hoax.”). The book was originally called Clifford Irving: What Really Happened—His Untold Story of the Hughes Affair, a title that now bears an uncomfortable resemblance to that of O.
Simpson’s aborted exploration into hypothetical murder. The title also makes clear the book’s actual focus: how they did Author: Paul Maliszewski. Born in Manhattan, Irving graduated from Cornell in and soon travelled to Europe, where he completed the first of some 20 novels and works of non-fiction, including the legal thriller Trial.
Clifford Irving walks into federal court in He fooled publishing executives, Swiss bank officials and lie-detector tests with a phony autobiography of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Irving, Clifford.
Clifford Irving: what really happened. New York, Grove Press  (OCoLC) What Really Happened by Clifford Irving available in Mass Market onalso read synopsis and reviews. The book, written in collaboration with the author's wife, Edith, and his researcher, Richard Suskind, will be titled “Clifford Irving: What Really Happened.
Clifford Irving's book on the Hughes affair (“What Really Happened,” Grove, paper $) may be the first autobiography ever written under oath. Buy What really happened: His untold story of the Hughes affair 1st by Clifford Irving (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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This fictional work was supposed to have been published in the yearhowever after Hughes denounced Irving and sued McGraw-Hill, the publisher of the book, Irving and his collaborators on the project confessed the hoax.
For this hoax, he spent sixteen months in three different federal prisons, something he detailed in his prison journal. Richard Suskind (May 2, – Septem ) was a children's author who participated with author Clifford Irving in creating a fraudulent autobiography of the reclusive entrepreneur Howard Hughes.
Suskind was incarcerated for five months of a six-month prison sentence for his role in collaborating with Irving on the hoax. 3: Clifford Irving's Autobiography of Howard Hughes - Forgery is a crime that's hard to carry off and harder to prove.
HowStuffWorks takes a look at some literary forgeries and how they were : Michelle Konstantinovsky. The author Clifford Irving, who has died a was best known for writing what became the most famous unpublished book of the 20th century, The Autobiography of Howard Hughes.
Irving and Suskind wrote about the incident in Clifford Irving: What Really Happened, which was published in It was reissued in as The Hoax. After serving his prison sentence, Irving wrote several novels and true-crime books including Daddy's /5(2).Irving wrote a full account of the hoax with Richard Suskind, which has been published under three different titles: (1) Clifford Irving: What Really Happened: His Untold Story of the Hughes Affair (); (2) Project Octavio (); and (3) The Hoax ().
Since Irving has lived in various parts of Mexico and the United States.Clifford Irving: What Really Happened: Clifford Irving: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go Search Hello Select your address Author: Clifford Irving.