Author Lee Kessler’s Radio Interviews Score Big with Gen X, Y and Boomers

Lee Kessler’s live radio interviews focusing on how terrorists are causing a schism in America, appeal to multigenerational audiences across the US. Over a dozen shows coast to coast have listeners reading “White King Rising.”

Los Angeles, CA, October 20, 2010 --( One thing all the generations seem to have in common is that we as Americans are divided on the many issues we see threatening our way of life. The idea of working out the back story and strategies of how terrorists are using our own values to destabilize and undermine America, led veteran film and TV actress Lee Kessler to write the espionage novels “White King and the Doctor” and “White King Rising.”

“The mistake that America constantly makes with regard to its anti-terrorism strategy is that it keeps making assumptions based on our Western values,” said Lee Kessler in a series of over a dozen recent radio interviews. “By using our sense of fairness and openness against us, al-Qaida has been able to establish a hidden 'Fifth Column' to affect the way we think, resulting in a weakening and lack of solidarity in our country.”

In “White King and the Doctor” and “White King Rising,” Lee Kessler exposes the tactics used by terrorist Ayman al-Zawahiri to bring down the United States from within. Ex-CIA analyst James Mikolas and Andrew Weir, his young Grand-master chess champion partner, together with Brian Washington Carver, a star collegiate football player and computer “gamer” from the “Hood,” work out a plan to stop Zawahiri from triggering his doomsday scenario against the United States—set to launch June 30, 2011.

For more information about Lee Kessler, her books and to see and hear interviews with her, visit "White King Rising" and "White King and the Doctor" are available at

About Lee Kessler
Lee Kessler is a television actress, author, playwright, and stage director. Her career in Hollywood and New York spans over 35 years and includes dozens of guest starring roles in episodic TV, mini-series and movies-of-the-week and was submitted for Emmy nominations for her starring roles in "Collision Course" and "Which Mother Is Mine?" She co-starred with Peter O'Toole in "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 directed the West Coast premiere of A.R. Gurney's "Who Killed Richard Cory?" Visit and Join Lee on Facebook at

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