[podcast src=”https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/8313950/height/360/theme/standard/thumbnail/yes/preload/no/direction/forward/” height=”360″ width=”100%” placement=”top” theme=”standard”]Author and physician Jeffrey K. Smith
has written works of fiction and non-fiction. His favorite genre is non-fiction, where he has penned 15 books, which represent the “Bringing History Alive Series.” Reading like fast-paced novels, his biographies and chronicles are designed to prove that fact is often stranger and more compelling that fiction.
“A Family Affair: The Rosenberg Espionage Case” is tragic and compelling drama about Atomic Spies that occurred in an era when fear often trumped reason. This is a real-life spy story–one that not only polarized America and much of the world, but also tore a family asunder. More specifically, it pitted a brother against his sister and brother-in-law; one was sentenced to prison and the other two were executed.
Take a minute to listen as Jeff joined me to discuss his book.