Don Robertson (author)

Donald Quentin ("Don") Robertson (March 21, 1929 – March 21, 1999) was an American novelist. He wrote 18 published novels.

Robertson is probably best known for his trio of novels featuring Morris Bird III: ''The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread'', ''The Sum and Total of Now'', and ''The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened''. A movie adaptation of ''The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened'' aired on NBC in 1977, starring Jimmie Walker and James Earl Jones. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 1970
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 1989
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 1978
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (ISUdb)59474, (UIUdb)228476)
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 1978
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 1968
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 1971
...Robertson, Don, 1929-1999. Halls of yearning....
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 2008
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UICdb)2143193)
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 1962
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (RMCdb)321968)
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 1968
...Robertson, Don, 1929-1999. Paradise Falls....
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 1975
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (RVCdb)34281)
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by Robertson, Don, 1929-1999.
Published 1985
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (RVCdb)50762)
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