Les Hemingway was a talented writer and adventurer who stood in the giant shadow cast by his brother, Ernest Hemingway. From the book: "There was a sense of both the magic and the tragic involved with the Hemingway name; it could open doors and it could also be a big pain. Here was my friend who had a career most writers would die for. He had written a best-selling book, had reported for major dailies, had free-lanced for a number of magazines and lived in a beautiful place in South Florida and it wasn?t enough for the critics and maybe naggingly never enough for him because he wasn?t Nobel Prize winner Ernest Hemingway."Über den Autor:
Ray Pace has worked in broadcast and print media in Florida, California and Hawaii. He lives in Waikoloa Village on the Big Island of Hawaii. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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