Recent release “Pacific Oceans 11” from Page Publishing author John Knight explores the author’s life and the incredible historical moments he witnessed and took part in. From serving in WWII and being involved in the zoot suit riots, to stories of Marilyn Monroe and the author’s “friends” in the mafia, Knight leaves no stone unturned in this captivating journey through American history.
John Knight, a U.S. Navy veteran who served during the Second World War, has completed his new book “Pacific Oceans 11”: a captivating memoir that details the incredible life and times of the author, and the fascinating cultural and historic moments that he witnessed while growing up in America and fighting overseas.
Knight shares, “As a 96-year-old WWII veteran this story I’m telling is about my experiences during the war and some very interesting stories about my life including working for the mafia, being involved with the demise of the zoot suiters and various stories about Marilyn Monroe, and my friendships at Calvet in West Los Angeles near the homes of Marilyn and OJ Simpson. And my interview from Washington honoring me on the same program honoring General Douglas Mc Arthur and Admiral Chester Nimitz. Plus, other memories from me you will enjoy.”
Published by Page Publishing, John Knight’s incredible tale takes readers on an unforgettable journey through iconic moments of American history that the author was able to behold in his lifetime. Raw and powerful, Knight’s story will transport readers to the past in this first-hand account to a bygone era of America’s history that few can still say they were a witness to.
Readers who wish to experience this enthralling work can purchase “Pacific Oceans 11” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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