Atlanta, GA, April 03, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Authors K. R. Hughes and T. L. Burns announced today the release of What She Knew, published by Gator Creek Artists Entertainment, LLC. The authors’ newest fiction is the fast paced tale of a body double used in Marilyn’s place the night of her supposed suicide and the scramble of Peter Lawford and Bobby Kennedy to find out what she really knew about the mob, JFK’s inner political circle and the one evil presence who was bent on having the president moved “out of the way.”
What if Marilyn Monroe had actually lived to tell her tales of vital government secrets and of the covert plot to kill the president? Could she have changed the course of history? Would Peter Lawford and Bobby Kennedy be able to piece together enough information to foil the assassination plot?
Fascinating questions; What She Knew a fascinating new novel.
What She Knew is available on-line through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Outskirts Press, and Gator Creek Artists Entertainment: www.gcaentertainment.com/wsk.html.
About the authors:
K. R. Hughes, a native of Amarillo, Texas has a degree in English, helps with literacy programs and tutors college students. Hughes has also written a historical novel, Treasured Love, under her pen name Kymber Lee. She has two children, Justin and Kayti.
T. L. Burns is the foremost researcher and historical expert for What She Knew. Burns is a native of California. Burns has spent the majority of her life working with at-risk children and adults. She and her husband have two grown children, Kenny and Deven.
For interviews contact Janet Espy at Gator Creek Artists Entertainment, LLC 404-277-5680.
Both authors currently reside in Atlanta, Georgia, where they write and encourage budding authors to follow their dreams. Their website is www.whatsheknew.com.
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