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NOVEMBER 2007
KENTUCKY LION BY RICHARD 'JAWS' KIEL

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2007-11-02
Richard Kiel has written another book, this time it is a historic novel about the white American Cassius Clay.

"IF YOU LIKE HISTORICAL NOVELS, YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE THIS ONE.

Published author, screenwriter and actor, Richard Kiel (Jaws from James Bond) teams up with Pamela Wallace (Oscar-winning co-writer of the movie “Witness” with Harrison Ford, and author of 29 novels) to tell the story of this overlooked real-life hero who probably did more to help end slavery than any man of his time.

Kiel and Wallace use their theatrical skills and 25 years of research to bring this colorful 6’ 3” character of Cassius Clay to life in novel form, and they create a page-turner you will not want to put down. Romance, assassination attempts, murder, courtroom drama and all the other elements of a great read fill the pages of this wonderful historical novel.

As interesting and exciting as Schlinder’s List, this based-upon-fact story about a forgotten American hero is sure to become either a major motion picture or an award-winning miniseries." -Josh Mc Dowell (Author, educator and speaker)

Editor's note:
For other posts featuring Richard Kiel on From Sweden with Love, click here.

Order the book online and you will receive a nice free bonus:
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