The top two search engines are showing Lee Kessler's book in the Top 5 rankings after only 3 weeks. Countries from around the world are reporting on her book from Europe to the Pac Rim. And no wonder. After reading Ms. Kessler's new book, Verna Sabelle, a New York Editor and Publisher, reported, "The plot of White King and the Doctor unfolds brilliantly at a high-powered pace that captures the reader's interest from the first page to the final scene. Lee Kessler's suspense novel focuses on the War on Terror and reflects her vast knowledge of the terrorists' worldwide modus operandi, as well as of the positive forces heroically battling against them. Her appealing literary talents add to the readability of an absolutely timely, important novel."
Even the Armed Forces communities are raving about the book. A Strategic Analyst from the Air Force Space Command writes, "... I couldn't put it down. When's Part 2??!! The characters grabbed me—I wanted to see them succeed; I wanted the bad guys to make mistakes. The plot development was great: almost Clancy-ish, but (lots) more coherent. Lee has a real insight on the whole 'PR' thing, and in war it's called, 'Information Warfare.' She has nailed it. This book deserves a WIDE reading. I'm recommending it."
The news media in the US has taken on a shrill and rancorous tone, since 9/11. To know what has compromised the media, and how it was done, read Lee Kessler's suspense novel White King & the Doctor. The content of this book is so controversial, and so accurate and timely, that it had to be released on the Internet [Available at lulu.com (www.Lulu.com/LeeKessler) and on Amazon and Barnes and Noble], rather than through the conventional route of the mainstream publishers and media. Tom Clancy got so much right in his novels. Most people know that now, in hindsight. Ms. Kessler connects the dots and completes the picture.
If what Ms. Kessler writes 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 & the Doctor will rock the readers, yet leave them with a sense of calm.
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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