Guy Quigley Releases THE REBEL SON
PHILADELPHIA, March 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ With so much turmoil around the globe, many people have to deal with riots and terrorism on a daily basis. In America, it's difficult for us to imagine what life can be like in countries experiencing widespread unrest.
Author Guy Quigley has lived an adventurous life that served as a foundation for his new action-packed novel, The Rebel Son, which is a fast-moving and sometimes violent adventure/love story set during the Rhodesian (now Zimbabwe) liberation war. These experiences have given him special insight into the challenges faced by so many around the globe. Quigley's adventures have included a thirty-minute, high-speed vehicle chase with terrorists in Africa who wanted his cash after a cattle purchase and another incident in which his car broke down at 1:00 a.m. in an area frequented by terrorists and having to leave his family in the car to walk three miles, alone, through the bush where lions had recently been killing cattle.
Invite this informative and interesting guest to reveal what it's like to live with constant unrest in Africa when he discusses:
- What it's like to be on the run from terrorists.
- How people find the strength to survive in such constant turmoil.
- How to track and hunt predators, such as lions and African wild dogs.
- Why Africa is often a testing ground for products yet to be sold in the Western world.
- How to understand the difference between religion and witchcraft.
CREDENTIALS: Guy Quigley is the author of the new novel The Rebel Son. Having been born into the thespian world in Ireland, he left it to do business in the UK and Africa, and finally the United States. He has been the producer or executive producer on four independent movies working with some of the biggest names in entertainment including Sean Bean, Abigail Breslin, James Purefoy, Michael Madsen, Lew Temple, and Vinnie Jones. As the individual who brought Cold-Eeze to market, Quigley has been featured by the Philadelphia Business Journal, won numerous awards, and been recognized by Ernst & Young, Deloitte Technology, and many others. Quigley is donating 50% of his book royalties to the Wounded Warrior Project.
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