When a real-estate agent has less foot traffic than desired, he remodels the house, paints it, gets rid of the clutter, adds features the competition doesn’t have, and reduces the price.
That’s what happened to Western Civilization. It endured a title change, a new cover, a price reduction, and new features to educate while telling an interest-gripping story.
The concise, Irish American Chronicle takes the reader down an historical road few know exist. The section on the Kennedys—describing four days I’ll never forget, is based on November 1963 newspaper columns, excerpts from the Warren Report, and excerpts from Doctor Humes’s autopsy report. The conclusion belongs to the author, which evolved only after he weighted all the cognitive facts.
Selected stories from Smith’s books and blog, http://www.theirish-americanstory.com, describe little-known events and people whose deeds greatly impacted the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, WWI and WWII. The segment on the Ancient Celts and the megaliths erected by followers of a prehistoric religion is more than worth the price of admission.
Everyone with a smidgen of Irish blood and all who have even the slightest interest in American History should own and read it. Due to contractual obligations, The Irish American Chronicle—priced ridiculously low at 99-cents—is available only on Kindle; however it can be purchased to read on a computer after a free “Kindle for PC” is downloaded.
Author James Francis Smith