Radio host Harvey was more than a legend---millions of listeners considered him a friend. Now you can learn "the rest of the story" of this man who brightened lives with news, storytelling, and commentary for 57 years. Discover the family, politics, passions, and faith that shaped his life---and the broadcasting contributions that changed American culture.
New York Times best selling biographer Stephen Mansfield and coauthor David A. Holland present a fascinating look at Americas most popular radio host. Youll discover how the brutal murder of his father shaped Paul Harveys life and career; how a high school teacher helped launch him in radio; the truth behind his brief and controversial career in the Air Force; why he was arrested for breaking into a secure research laboratory during the Cold War; why he proposed to his wife, Angel, on their very first dateand why it took her a year to say yes; the important role of faith in his life; and how his immeasurable contributions to broadcast history transformed American culture.
Stephen Mansfield is the New York Times best-selling author of The Faith of George W. Bush, The Faith of the American Soldier, The Faith of Barack Obama, and Never Give In: The Extraordinary Character of Winston Churchill, among other works of history and biography. Founder of both the Mansfield Group, a research and communications firm, and Chartwell Literary Group, which creates and manages literary projects, Stephen is also in wide demand as a lecturer and inspirational speaker. For more information log on to www.mansfieldgroup.com.
David A. Holland is an author, speaker, and media consultant who fell in love with radio as a boy; started working in radio stations in college; and subsequently worked as a news director, on-air personality, and director of affiliate relations for a national news-talk network. He is a founding partner of Cobalt Bridge Multichannel (www.cobaltbridgemultichannel.com) and a creator, producer, and syndicator of talk radio programs. David lives in Dallas.