Schreiner, Samuel (Agnew), (Jr.)

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SCHREINER, Samuel (Agnew), (Jr.)

SCHREINER, Samuel (Agnew), (Jr.). American, b. 1921. Genres: Novels, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Reporter, Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, Pa., 1946-51; Assistant Managing Ed., Parade Magazine, 1951-55; Sr. Ed., The Reader's Digest, 1955-74; Staff Writer, The Reader's Digest, 1975-85. Publications: Thine Is The Glory, 1975; Pleasant Places, 1977; The Condensed World of the Reader's Digest, 1977; Angelica, 1978; The Possessors and the Possessed, 1980; The Van Alens, 1981; A Place Called Princeton, 1984; The Trials of Mrs. Lincoln, 1987; Cycles, 1990; Mayday! Mayday!, 1990; (with E. Alvarez Jr.), Code of Conduct, 1991; Henry Clay Frick: The Gospel of Greed, 1995. Address: 111 Old King Highway S., Darien, CT 06820, U.S.A.