Spotlight with Giveaway ~ Tongue Of Fire by Ernest Frankel

Publisher: Hither Lane Press (September 7, 2017)
Genre: Political
ISBN-10: 0692949089
ISBN-13: 978-0692949085
Buy: Amazon, Kindle


TONGUE of FIRE is a big, impassioned novel about Washington during a troubling and tumultuous time during the late 1950s . . . the time when a brash magnetic congressman, driven by an insatiable craving for fame, set events in motion which rocked the nation and the world. TONGUE OF FIRE paints a vivid portrait of Kane O’Connor who parlayed his war-record and a small-town law practice into a seat in Congress and become, for a time, America’s most powerful politician. Kane arrived in Washington as quietly as any other junior congressman, but before he was through he had made himself a crusading hero to millions of admirers – a vicious demagogue to his enemies. Kane shook the country with his terrifying charges of Communist infiltration; he made his investigating committee the center of an orgy of fear, hatred and publicity. And he created a furor when he defied the President of the United States. A revealing and gripping story.

Thanks to the publicist I have one (1) copy of Tongue of Fire: The Story of an American Demagogue to give away.

Giveaway open to residents of the US only.
Giveaway ends on December 8th

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Ernest Frankel is a novelist, TV writer, producer, and the author of two previous novels, Band of Brothers (Macmillan) and Tongue of Fire (Dial Press). His work is included in Van Wyck Mason’s Anthology of American Literature. A member of the Writers' Guild and the Directors' Guild, he has worked with CBS, ABC, NBC, independent production companies and the major studios, serving as creator, writer, executive story consultant, line producer, and executive producer on both series and movies-for-television. Military Career: Enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps  in  1944, Frankel led a rifle platoon of the First Marine Division in Okinawa, the last and bloodiest battle of the War in the Pacific. After the War, he was ordered to North China and stationed in Tentsin, with his duties taking him to Peking and Taku—three of the locales revisited in Gateway to Everywhere. He was recalled to active duty during the Korean War and again during the war in Vietnam on special assignment. He was awarded the Legion of Merit by President Gerald Ford.

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