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50 Years After the Kennedy Assassination, We Know When and Where Now a Spy Novel May Explain WHYWhen a Dad tries to dig a hole in his Northern Virginia yard to bury the remains of the family pet, he chances upon a mysterious briefcase Its contents include a journal with cryptic writing He turns to his friend, and boss, Templeton Davis, a Rhodes scholar, popular natio50 Years After the Kennedy Assassination, We Know When and Where Now a Spy Novel May Explain WHYWhen a Dad tries to dig a hole in his Northern Virginia yard to bury the remains of the family pet, he chances upon a mysterious briefcase Its contents include a journal with cryptic writing He turns to his friend, and boss, Templeton Davis, a Rhodes scholar, popular national radio talk show host, and best selling author of spy novels and history books, for help figuring out what he s found They soon realize that they possess materials concealed than 60 years earlier before by Soviet intelligence and espionage agent, Kim Philby and also clues to the last great secret of the Cold War There was another highly placed spy Someone never discovered until now This traitor had unique access to the White House, and was perfectly positioned to influence President John F Kennedy as he faced challenge after challenge in the era now remembered as Camelot.Templeton Davis becomes obsessed with a story so many found in the spy books he loves to read and write And some of those very espionage spy thrillers come in handy The trail of mystery and suspense leads to a picturesque town in Vermont, the streets of New York City, the corridors of power in Washington, DC, and most importantly, Oxford, England He learns that the beautiful city of spires on the Thames was once also a city of spies The Oxford spies may never have reached the level of public notoriety as those from that other British academic stronghold Cambridge But clearly the story had never been completely known or told And it was a very dangerous mine of intelligence and espionage detail in which to dig, a fact borne out by a couple of suspicious deaths left in the wake of Templeton Davis s travels Davis discovers that during the Cuban Missile Crisis, secrets were being betrayed at the highest levels And what he learned also connected to a time of great sorrow for mankind the Kennedy assassination At a crucial moment, Templeton Davis develops a bond borne of necessity with a beautiful young woman from Russia, someone with her own secrets And when what she knows is combined with what the famous broadcaster has learned, the two unlikely heroes find themselves in danger, yet poised to rock the world Camelot s Cousin An Espionage Thriller is a page turner for readers who enjoy suspense thrillers and mysteries.
David R. Stokes
Though creating compelling copy has always been a part of his work as a minister and broadcaster, it wasn t until David R Stokes moved into his fifties that he got serious about writing books Since then, he has written several highly regarded works of fiction and nonfiction, as well as three screenplays His first book, THE SHOOTING SALVATIONIST J Frank Norris and the Murder Trial that Captivated America Steerforth Penguin Random House, 2011 , a narrative non fiction thriller set in the 1920s, quickly became a national true crime best seller BOOKLIST, in a starred review, said The book is engagingly written, in an immediate, you are there style, and the story is as compelling and surprising as any Grisham thriller Top of the line His next book was an espionage novel CAMELOT S COUSIN The Spy Who Betrayed Kennedy now has than 300 enthusiastic customer reviews David has also written a screenplay adaptation, and the story has been optioned in Hollywood He has also written a sequel it s called NOVEMBER SURPRISE.Two of his books are based on a true story novels JACK DICK When Kennedy Met Nixon describes the very first Kennedy Nixon debate which took place in 1947, thirteen years before the two men ran against each other for the presidency in 1960 David brings this long overlooked story to life and recreates a fascinating conversation between the two future presidents that took place on an over night train ride back to Washington, DC.JAKE CLARA Scandal, Politics, Hollywood, and Murder, is a dramatized, but factual account of a fascinating story that captivated American in 1921 A wealthy oil man who bankrolled much of Warren Harding s successful run for the White House, was shot and killed by his mistress before Harding could reward him with high office.David s flair for historical detail and accuracy evident in both his nonfiction and fiction reflects his life long passion for stories from the past Most of the books in his personal library of than 7,000 volumes deal with international, political, and military history.David first began working in radio during college days in the mid 1970s Since those days, he has had his own national XM satellite radio talk show and is a regular guest host for talk shows in across the country Over the years he has interviewed hundreds of political leaders, authors, media personalities, historians, and business leaders In addition, he has done voice over work, including projects for a Smithsonian affiliate and a presidential library Political commentator Bob Beckel says Here s a preacher who can range from ancient history, to political history, to current events with ease An ordained minister for nearly 40 years, he has led congregations in Texas, Ohio, Illinois, and New York Since 1998, David has served as Senior Pastor of Expectation Church in Fairfax, Virginia In conjunction with his ministry work, he has written several books related to issues of faith and inspiration For information about these resources, please visit the ministry website.David has been married to his wife Karen for than 40 years, and they have three wonderful daughters and seven incredible grandchildren.
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