Events in Support of Books by Author Don Keith
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INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN featured in Naval Academy publication. The inspirational story of Commodore Dixie Kiefer, a true pioneer in naval aviation and the subject of the book THE INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN by Don Keith with David Rocco, is a feature article in the June 2019 edition of SHIPMATE. The magazine is published by the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland. Kiefer was a graduate of the Academy.
Ts read the article, CLICK HERE.
To learn more about THE INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN book, CLICK HERE.
Author Don Keith interview featured on popular podcast from United Kingdom. The featured interview is on the ICQ Podcast and talks about Don's interest in and books about the hobby of Amateur Radio. But Don also talks about the movie Hunter Killer, which was based on the novel he co-wrote and much more.
See a video of the interview HERE.
Hear the entire podcast HERE.
HUNTER KILLER among top ten films critics panned but moviegoers loved. The CinemaBlend website included the movie among others, like FANTASTIC BEASTS, BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY, and GLASS, that were not critic favorites but that received very high scores from people who actually paid to go see them. HUNTER KILLER is based on the book by Don Keith and former nuclear submarine skipper George Wallace and stars Gerard Butler, Gary Oldman, Common and Linda Cardellini. The DVD versions of the film will be released at the end of January and the film will be available through on-demand outlets early in February.
Clips from features that will be on the upcoming DVD release of the movie HUNTER KILLER now available. The movie was in theaters last year and is based on the novel by Don Keith and George Wallace. The DVD will be released as a regular DVD, an UltraHD/4K DVD, and more.
To see a clip from the featurette, click to the Military.com web site HERE.
To learn more about the movie HUNTER KILLER and the DVD release, click HERE.
To learn more about the novel HUNTER KILLER, click HERE.
U.S. Naval Submarine Base New London includes Don Keith visit among top events of 2018. The naval base and home of the force's submarine school listed top events there in the year just past in an article on its base web site, The Dolphin. Don Keith was there as part of the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the loss of USS Wahoo and her crew in World War II. Don wrote a book about Wahoo and its innovative skipper Commander Dudley "Mush" Morton, titled Undersea Warrior.
Read the article HERE.
To learn more about the book UNDERSEA WARRIOR, click HERE.
HUNTER KILLER named among top nine war movies of 2018. The web site "We are the Mighty" named the film among its top picks for the year. The movie Hunter Killer is based on the book by Don Keith and former nuclear submarine skipper George Wallace. The book was originally titled Firing Point but was reissued by the publisher under the Hunter Killer title to coincide with the movie's release.
To see the web site's list of top war movies, click HERE.
To learn more about the book Firing Point/Hunter Killer, click HERE.
Don Keith Christmas article published in American Legion Magazine. The article about a big broadcast in 1943 that attempted to unite the nation at the height of World War II is featured in the organization's December 2018 issue. It tells the story of how all four radio networks at the time simulcast a Christmas Eve studio program hosted by Bob Hope and attempted to bring in the voices of servicemen from around the world using shortwave radio. The program, which also included a segment from President Franklin Roosevelt, was an effort to bring a bit of holiday cheer to a war-torn nation and likely had one of the largest audiences for a radio broadcast in history.
Read the article HERE.
HUNTER KILLER movie featured on Military.com web site. The short video shows star Gerard Butler and director Donovan Marsh touring the USS Hartford submarine in Groton, Connecticut, the home of the Navy's submarine school. The two were there for an exclusive screening of the film for actual submariners before it was released in theaters on October 26. HUNTER KILLER is based on the book by Don Keith and George Wallace.
See the entire feature by clicking HERE.
To learn more about the book HUNTER KILLER (previously released as FIRING POINT) by Don Keith and George Wallace, click HERE.