Book Signing and Reception In Honor Of John Weisman

November 18, 2011

A Book Signing and Reception
In Honor Of John Weisman's New Book

You are cordially invited to attend a book signing and reception in honor of John Weisman's new book:

KBL: Kill Bin Laden

November 17th, 2011
5pm - 7pm

Hosted at Dilworth Paxson
Philadelphia Office
1500 Market Street - Suite 3500E
Philadelphia, PA 19102

KBL: Kill Bin Laden probes the hearts and minds of America’s secret warriors, revealing what the job means to them and the toll it takes. Here are the Navy SEALs who can never admit what unit they work for; the CIA paramilitary operators who risk their lives among the enemy, putting themselves in harm’s way knowing their existence will be denied if they are killed or captured; and the elite cadre of gritty leaders who bravely put country and security above politics.

Please click here to RSVP to this event. 

KBL: Kill Bin Laden, published by HarperCollins, will be available November 15. It can be pre-ordered now through click here for more information.

John Weisman, acclaimed #1 New York Times bestselling military thriller writer and coauthor of the bestselling Rogue Warrior series, is one of a select company of authors to ever have their books appear on both lists. He reviews books on intelligence and military affairs for the Washington Times and his analysis has appeared in AFIO’s periodical Intelligencer. Weisman lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.


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