Richard Ben Sapir

Richard Ben Sapir (born 1936 in New York; died 1987) is best known for The Destroyer series of novels that he co-created with Warren Murphy. The first Destroyer was written in 1963, while Sapir worked as a city hall reporter in Jersey City and Murphy served as secretary to the city's mayor. Richard Sapir was a graduate of Columbia University and lived with his wife in New Hampshire before he died in 1987 from a heart attack.

  • The Far Arena

    By Richard Ben Sapir

    Read by Peter Noble

    Released from ice after two millennia, a Roman gladiator must make sense of a strange new world.

    "Moves like wildfire...a marvelous read!" - Los Angeles Times

    Released Fri Sep 30 00:00:00 UTC 2016
    English, Unabridged