A flap over a novel in which a concentration camp inmate falls in love with her captor raises the question: Does fiction get a pass on political correctness?
Warren Adler is the author of more than 40 novels, and is best known for his iconic novel turned box-office success The War of the Roses, starring Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, and Danny DeVito. His forthcoming thriller, Torture Man, will be published in November. A number of his novels are now currently in development as films, among them The War of the Roses - The Children, a feature film adaptation of the sequel to Adler's iconic divorce story and Capitol Crimes, a new TV series based on his Fiona Fitzgerald mysteries. Read about all other new film developments at Greyeaglefilms.com.