Los Angeles, California - July 18, 2005 -- Lee Kessler announces publication of her “real-time” suspense novel, White King and the Doctor, in conjunction with Lulu Enterprises, the world’s fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books. Reading like Brown, Clancy or Demille, one has to ask, “It couldn’t be written by a woman, could it?”
Many novels have great stories and interesting characters, but few change your perspective on life forever. White King and the Doctor is such a novel. Three men hold the key to the post 9/11 world. If this is true—and everyone who reads it comes to believe it is—then why weren’t you told? Who has compromised the very “watchdogs” you rely upon to protect you and warn you? White King and the Doctor will get you to see more clearly WHAT is going on, and WHY!
Why would an actress, whose career was exclusively mainstream network-television and major-studio feature films, who was a produced playwright in New York and Los Angeles, release a suspense novel on the Internet? Was it disrespect for mainstream publishing? Absolutely not! The story of this novel is so timely and so stunningly accurate that it had to be released NOW, not one year from now. Read White King and the Doctor by Lee Kessler, available at lulu.com (www.Lulu.com/LeeKessler).
Every once in a while a writer has to break with tradition and do something bold and unexpected in publishing. White King and the Doctor is timely—and so accurate in its exploration of the post 9/11 world—that, unlike any others, it is written in “real time.” The events of today unfold with a stunning and shocking reality that will cause readers to have a different understanding of what is really going on in the War on Terror.
Lee Kessler is a television actress, playwright, and stage director. Her career in Hollywood and New York spans 28 years and includes dozens of guest starring roles in episodic TV, mini-series and movies-of-the-week. She had re-occurring roles in the series “Hill Street Blues” and “Matlock,” and was submitted for Emmy nomination twice for her starring roles in the movie “Collision Course,” and the ABC special, “Which Mother Is Mine?” She co-starred with Peter O’Toole in the movie “Creator.” Her play, “Anais Nin—the Paris Years,” was produced in New York and Los Angeles, with a subsequent tour on the West Coast. She also directed the West Coast premiere of A.R. Gurney’s “Who Killed Richard Cory?”
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