Individual Author Record
Name: Don S. McClurePen Name: None Genre: Fiction Non-Fiction Poetry Romance Audience: Adult; Born: 1956 in Chicago
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Illinois ConnectionMcClure was born on the west side of Chicago. Several of his books were set in Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationDon S. McClure, a renowned American author, ranked as one of the top 100 highest paid authors in America by Amazon was born on the west side of the city of Chicago. He is the youngest son of Archie and Inez Johnson-McClure. His books have inspired many across the nation. He began writing his first autobiography, ''Broken Wings Fallen Angels'' in August 2009; it was published in December that same year. His creative style of writing has inspired many other publications that range from fiction, poetry, romance to non-fiction.
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Speaking EngagementsSpeaking Engagement Availability (Yes) I am available for speaking engagements On a local and national level at $2,000.00 per day plus travel. Contact myself, Don S. McClure, at 347-570-5159 or [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com] or Sharon Banks in Dallas, Texas at 972-613-8266.
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ISBN: 1480244619. OCLC Number: 948308706 . . "In Chicago a high level group of organized crime figures are in a heated discussion with one of its young elite. The topic of discussion is the importing of illegal diamonds and drugs into the United States. The group has found what seems to be an ironclad method of bringing the items they want from several European countries and as far away as Africa if they can convince Joey who is the youngest crime leader in America, at this moment, to make an offer to his best friend into becoming involved and use the successful business his wife and he have built as the vehicle for their plan." -- From back cover.
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ISBN: 9781537304557. OCLC Number: 993940217 . .