Warren Adler's 24th novel Mourning Glory, a compelling bittersweet novel in the vein of The War of the Roses will be published in August 2001 by Kensington.
His novels have been translated into more than two dozen languages and two have become major motion pictures, the classic The War of the Roses starring Michael Douglas and Random Hearts starring Harrison Ford. A trilogy on Public Television The Sunset Gang was a critical and popular success and has played many times all over the world. It was produced by Linda Lavin and starred a stellar cast including Uta Hagen, Ron Rifkin, Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara and Doris Roberts.
Mr. Adler is currently one of the few, perhaps the only novelist in the world that has created a complete e-book library of his works which are available world-wide on every existing electronic platform including Microsoft Reader and Adobe and will soon be available on Peanut Press, Glassbook, Rocketbook and other e-book publishing venues. They will be available soon in most languages and in audio. All of his titles are in print and available wherever books are sold.
Mr. Adler's themes deal primarily with intimate human relationships, the mysterious nature of love and attraction, the fragile relationships between husbands and wives and parents and children, the corrupting power of money, the aging process and many other important universal themes. His books have been cited by readers and reviewers for their insight and wisdom in presenting and deciphering the complexities of contemporary life.
Adler's novels have always been in demand by motion picture producers. Ten of his novels have been sold or optioned to the movies and Lifetime Television is currently poised to produce a series based on Mr. Adler's mystery book character Fiona FitzGerald, a homicide a detective in the Washington D.C. police force.
When he is not writing, Mr. Adler lectures on creative writing, motion picture adaptation and the future of Electronic Books. He is the founder of the Jackson Hole Writer's Conference and has been Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Jackson Hole Public Library one of the most important libraries in the west. He is married to the former Sonia Kline, a magazine editor. He was three sons, David, Jonathan and Michael and divides his time between New York City and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.