Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 24, 2013
In “Knight's Code” (published by AuthorHouse), Don Levin looks back at history and wonders what might have happened outside of the public’s view, as well as what hidden factors motivated major historical moments.
“Knight's Code” asks many political and historical questions. For instance, what if the United States really was not the land of the government of the people, by the people, for the people? What if, instead, of the duly elected President and Congress, there was a second, secret corporate organization with government ties dominating the affairs of state within the United States?
Levin, a lifelong historian, is interested in getting his hands into the rich soil of historical mysteries. Was Pearl Harbor a plot conceived by Roosevelt and Churchill to get an isolationist U.S. into WWII? What force thrust Harry Truman into a position to lead the world into the atomic age? How was he elected, and who really killed John F. Kennedy? Why did Lyndon Johnson leave the White House at the height of the Vietnam War? Why did the U.S. stop at the gates of Baghdad during the first Desert War against Saddam Hussein?
The political and military leaders of the latter 60 years of the 20th Century come alive in Levin’s book. Where does the line between fiction and historical fact become blurred? The answer to all of these questions is “Knight's Code.”
About the Author
Don Levin is the author of eight books, including “The Code,” “Broken Code” and “Knight’s Code.” He is a retired U.S. Army officer, as well as an experienced civilian attorney at law. Levin has loved history for most of his life. The father of five children, and grandfather to a growing brood, he is also active in church and community service work. A native of Chicago, Levin resides in Seattle. More information can be found at http://www.donlevin.com.
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