Erika Holzer is an American novelist and essayist who was a close associate of Ayn Rand. Her novel Eye for an Eye was the basis for a major motion picture of the same name.
Erika Holzer is an American novelist and essayist who was a close associate of Ayn Rand. She has also co-authored two nonfiction books with her husband, professor of law Henry Mark "Hank" Holzer. Erika and her husband, both lawyers, were students of Rand's philosophy of Objectivism in New York City during the 1960s.
Eye for an Eye by Erika Holzer has a fast-paced plot, rich characterizations, frequent dialogue, crisp and concise wording, and a credible and moving narration about an injustice leading to vigilantism and then anarchy - well worth reading (for Rand fans or not). When, ten years ago, I saw the movie of the same name (starring Sally Field and Keifer Sutherland), I didn't know it was based on the novel, and it was only recently that I first read it.
Erika Holzer, an attorney, understands the system, and more importantly she understands the society she and the rest of us live in. She has created a plot from what could be, and often is, any newspaper headline, and carried it a step further, a step many of us would not take but think about in our darkest moments. Holzer’s characters are vividly created, impassioned, and interestingly flawed so that we relate to them and believe they.
Holzer’s Eye for an Eye became a Paramount Pictures feature film starring Sally Field and Kiefer Sutherland. Erika Holzer can be contacted at erika. com and through ww. rikaholzer. Customers Also Bought Items By. . Barbara Branden Leonard Peikoff.
Caught in a web of dangerous intrigue, Dr. Kiril Andreyev plans his desperate escape from Soviet tyranny to freedom in the West. But when his friend’s escape attempt ends in flames, Kiril finds his life threatened by a ruthless KGB officer. Kiril’s last chance rests on a visiting American heart surgeon and his journalist wife. But even as Kiril plots his escape, he finds that his life depends on his materialistic mistress, on the rivalries of Soviet and East German intelligence agents, and on accidental betrayals by those he trusts most
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Her novel "Eye for an Eye" was the basis for a major motion picture of the same name. She has also co-authored two nonfiction books with her husband, Henry Mark Holzer. Erika and her husband "Hank," both lawyers, were students of Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism in New York City during the 1960s
Eye for an Eye is a 1996 American psychological thriller film, directed by John Schlesinger and written by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver.
Eye for an Eye is a 1996 American psychological thriller film, directed by John Schlesinger and written by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver. The story was adapted from Erika Holzer's novel of the same name. The film opened on January 12, 1996. This film was remade in India as the Hindi film Dushman (1998), starring Kajol in a double role.