Six people are catapulted to international fame when they receive the most important telegraph of their lives, inviting them to Stockholm to receive the Nobel Prize.
Novelist Andrew Craig has become an alcoholic, after losing his wife in a car accident. He hopes that his Nobel Prize in literature will give him a reason to live, and start writing again.
The other laureates include a heart surgeon who resents sharing his award with a colleague, a married couple awarded the prize in the middle of a serious marital crisis and a man who desperately needs the prize money to provide for niece.
Irving Wallace (1916 – 1990) was an American best-selling author and screenwriter. The Prize was adapted as a 1963 film starring Paul Newman.
Published by Reprint Society in 1964.
Book is in good condition. Binding intact. With dust jacket.