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Born into a family of modest means and respectability, Danny Fisher was gradually driven downward into the world of crime, racketeering and poverty. His bitterness, his homesickness over the loss of the house in Brooklyn that was given to him for his eighth birthday, and his feud with his harsh father, pulled him one way; his natural decency and his love for a sweet Italian girl, Nellie Petito, pulled him another.

Danny was a boxer--a sensational amateur and potential champion--and he might have gone straight had the fight promoters not tried to exert pressure. Nevertheless, the driving force behind Danny's actions was always his sustaining love for Nellie. In a story that is realistic and yet compassionate, Harold Robbins reveals what makes the Danny Fishers what they are.

©1979 Harold Robbins (P)2009 BBC Audio

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My teenage read.

Read all Harold Robbins when a teen and this was my favourite. It was great revisiting the story. Literature it isn't but timeless story of choosing the wrong path in life.

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overall rating is five<br />

one of Harold Robbins best. I couldn't lay it down. I give it a five overall.