Drawing upon years of original research, including the discovery of previously lost and ignored documents and interviews with relatives of both families, bestselling author Dean King finally gives us the full, unvarnished tale, one vastly more enthralling than the myth.
A bit more about Dean King: "As an award-winning author of nine non-fiction books, I have chased stories across Europe, Asia, Africa, and Appalachia. My goal is to draw you into a nuanced and accurate historical narrative that allows you to live with the characters, to feel their pain, striving, triumphs, and defeats. I ride the camels, climbs the 14,000-foot peaks, walk the yard-arms, and ATV into the deep woods to find out the real facts from the far-flung sources and to make the history sing on the page. If in turn youâ€™re eager to take the book to your favorite easy chair or to read it beneath a book lamp into the wee hours of the night, Iâ€™m a happy guy.
"Based in Richmond, Virginia, I like to travel and speak broadly and have been the chief story-teller on two History Channel documentaries. Iâ€™m also the co-executive producer of an upcoming History Channel Hatfield-McCoy reality documentary series, which evolved from my research."
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