Richard martin stern the tower

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richard martin stern the tower

The Tower by Richard Martin Stern

For one hundred and twenty-five floors, the worlds newest skyscraper rises tall and clean and shining.

In its highest room film stars, celebrities, politicians, diplomats, tycoons and their wives celebrate the official opening.

Suddenly, an explosion rocks the building. The electrical system is sabotaged. Fire rages upwards from the fourth floor. Totally isolated, the VIP guests are trapped. Who can escape, and how ... and who must be left to die...?
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The Tower is a novel by Richard Martin Stern. It is one of the two books drawn upon for the screenplay Stirling Silliphant wrote for the movie The.
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The Tower is a novel by Richard Martin Stern. It is one of the two books drawn upon for the screenplay Stirling Silliphant wrote for the movie The Towering Inferno , the other being the novel The Glass Inferno by Thomas N. Scortia and Frank M. The story unfolds on the day of the grand opening of the brand-new "World Tower Building" skyscraper in Lower Manhattan , New York City , situated near the World Trade Center Towers in a plaza of its own, a building whose height Stern specifies as 1, feet covering a total of stories, making the building feet taller with 15 more stories than the World Trade Center's North Tower. These changes, as it proves, call for lower-quality material, simplified circuitry, or both; this would reduce costs for the electrical subcontractor, Paul Simmons, son-in-law of Bert McGraw, the general contractor, while eliminating the electrical-safety elements in the wiring of the building and rendering it sub-standard. The various characters start to track things down, involving the electrical engineer's office and the Fire Department, represented by Assistant Fire Commissioner Timothy O'Reilly Brown.

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