Bernard Shir-Cliff

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Bernard W. Shir-Cliff (November 7, 1924-February 28, 2017)[1] was an editor for Ballantine Books, Contemporary Books, Warner Books and other publishers,[2] who also translated books and later became a well-known literary agent. As a senior editor at Warner Books, he was responsible for the huge publishing success of sex therapist and author Dr. Ruth Westheimer, which she writes about in her autobiography, All in a Lifetime (2001).