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Comment by Michael Phelps on February 18, 2015 at 7:51pm

DAVID JANSSEN, a Hollywood Icon captured the hearts of women young and old as the suave bachelor "RICHARD DIAMOND-Private Detective" (1957-1960).  In September of 1963, he skyrocketed to international fame as "Dr. Richard Kimble", wrongly convicted of killing his wife, being escorted to Indiana State Prison's Death Row, he was spared by the Big Hand of Fate, as the train derailed, allowing him to escape . . . to run . . .to hide . . . to seach for the One Armed Man (Bill Raisch) he saw running from his home . . . the REAL killer . . . yet he was pursued by the relentless "Police Lieutenant Philip Gerard" (Barry Morse).  After four gruelling years on the run as "THE FUGITIVE", the day the running stopped, August 29, 1967, set the record as the most watched episode in television history.  A record that remained until March of 1980.  DAVID JANSSEN, as "Journalist George Beckworth"  then shadowed JOHN WAYNE around the jungles of South Viet Nam in "THE GREEN BERETS".  He then moved onto Rome, Italy, again as a Journalist reporting on the ascenmsion of ANTHONY QUINN to Pope of the Catholic Church.  Returning to the United States, he worked as "O'HARA, U. S. Treasury" (1971.  After one year, he was fed up working for the federal government, and in 1973, he became "HARRY O", forced to retire as a San Diego Police Officer with a bullet lodged dangerously close to his spine, he opend his own Private Detective firm.  He gave that business up in 1976 and decided he would just make movies.

DAVID JANSSEN, with 44 Feature Films, 20 Made-for-Television Movies, four television series and countless Guest appearances, was know and beloved as "the hardest working actor in Hollywood".  He also played hard.  DAVID JANSSEN died of a massive heart attack at his Malibu Beach home on February 13, 1980 at the age of 48.

Now millions of his fans can read the innermost, private thoughts as recalled by his close, "non-Hollywood" friend and confidant Michael Phelps.  

DAVID JANSSEN~Our Conversations, Volume One-The Early Years (1965-1972) and Volume Two-The Final Years (1973-1980) are now available in Kindle and Softcover Editions.

Comment by Michael Phelps on February 18, 2015 at 7:32pm

Comment by Princila Murrell on February 18, 2015 at 1:00pm

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Twelve year old Courtney Parker is devastated to have to leave her friends and South Africa behind when her father accepts a lucrative contract and the family relocate to Saudi Arabia. 

Jeddah feels like a different planet to Johannesburg. In spite of her initial reluctance to venture out of the comfort and security of their new home, she quickly forms friendships with Nizar Bukhari and Lana Alahmadi. However, not everyone is happy with the situation. 

Courtney must learn to adapt to an alien, seemingly unforgiving culture and stand up to the bullies that are making her school life hell. 

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Comment by Jerome Brooke on February 18, 2015 at 2:37am


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 Book review of the unique historical fiction, The Canary Room by Edwin and Linda Casebeer!

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Comment by Yzavela Narvaez on February 14, 2015 at 3:53am

I'm looking for a SERIOUS editor who'll be willing to take the time to edit my manuscript for FREE, for I'm not able to pay for the services to have it done. In return, I WILL review your books but I'll only stick to the fantasy genre which I'm familiar with. And please...NO EROTICA or SAME GENDER THEMED! I currently have an editor right now but he's so busy with his own personal work, that he doesn't have the time to read more than just one chapter. I have a few literary agents waiting for the complete and edit version, however they gave me a March deadline or they'll pass on it. I need someone who'll take it serious and read my novels, which are a bit lengthy, especially the second of my series of three, which is broken down into 2 parts in one novel. If interested, please contact me ASAP.

-Thank you :) 

Comment by Jerome Brooke on February 14, 2015 at 3:27am

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