Tuesday, December 03, 2013

New Indie Book Release: How The English Establishment Framed Stephen Ward (Caroline Kennedy & Phillip Knightley)


New Indie Book Release:
How The English Establishment Framed Stephen Ward - Caroline Kennedy & Phillip Knightley
Historical Non-Fiction / Political, Miscarriage of Justice (345 Pages - November 2013)

The book puts a very different perspective on the Profumo Scandal. It uses, for the first time, Stephen Ward's own words from tapes that he made in prison and interviews with CIA, MI5 officers, FBI informers and many of Ward's friends and enemies who have spoken for the first time. It is considered the definitive book on the scandal.


About the Book

How The English Establishment Framed Stephen Ward (Caroline Kennedy & Phillip Knightley)
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The compelling and shocking story of Stephen Ward, the society osteopath in the centre of what has become known in the UK and around the world as "The Profumo Scandal".

It is a compelling story of sexual compulsion, political malice, judicial abuse of power and police intimidation leading to "The Trial of the Century" of the scapegoat, Stephen Ward, who was the only person involved in the scandal to leave the stage with dignity.












About the Authors

Author Caroline Kennedy
Author Caroline Kennedy
Caroline Kennedy has been a writer, researcher, humanitarian aid worker, inveterate traveller, actress and theatre director. She is currently working on a screenplay of the book with her nephew, the actor Cary Elwes, and spends her time between Costa Rica, Los Angeles and Newfoundland.

Phillip Knightley is a journalist, critic and visiting Professor of Journalism at the University of Lincoln, UK. He is a media commentator on the Intelligence Services and propaganda. He is the author of several books including, "The First Casualty", "The Second Oldest Profession" and "Philby, the Master Spy".



Connect with Caroline Kennedy & Phillip Knightley 
 via Twitter: @StephenWardBook
and Facebook: WardVictimofHypocrisy