AN INDEPTH, UPDATED, SOON TO BE RELEASED NEW BOOK
Upcoming and new Publication From the Author of several releases. Due in late May
MILLIE L. MCGHEE as told to PHIL C. BROWN
Millie L. McGhee is not your everyday, variety-type wordsmith. The McComb, Mississippi-born lecturer was in her forties before she could effectively read a simple paragraph. She was virtually illiterate. But today she’s not only an avid reader and author, she’s an expert on the genesis of the most powerful law-enforcement sleuth in US history and the first Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, J. Edgar Hoover. But what really makes her upcoming book jaw-dropping is her little-known kindred relationship with this larger-than-life American detective. As told to media specialist and writer Phil C. Brown, her soon-to-be-released, revealing literary work is not an expose’. It is a well-scripted, meticulously researched revelation of contemporaneous family quilts interwoven by a common biological thread. Millie’s Sherlock Holmes-like instincts led her to a discovery that is truly one for the ages. This publication is not some kaleidoscopic narrative. It’s a real-life educational tool for young and those of advanced age. Keep on the watch for it’s 2018 release., and will keep you updated. But for now, enjoy Phil C. Brown’s informative layout of this extraordinary true-life story.
Millie L. McGhee’s upcoming literary work with co-author Phil C. Brown is not designed to cast aspersions on any of the true-life characters mentioned, including the former F.B.I. Director, J. Edgar Hoover. Nor is it a scurrilous tell-all snooping into the private life of John Q. Public. What this volume contains will capture the interest of many who are interested in a profoundly revealing American story. Its purpose is to illuminate an important part of the most powerful country in existence — how many of it’s citizens of varying pedigree are often woven together by a single biological thread or bloodline. The link between cultures and class can be verified through the preservation of verifiable written documents and reliable oral history. In generations before ours, oral history accounted for much of the information regarding families, tribes, regions and expanded populations. Today, a plethora from all ethnic groups are more than eager to discover their personal history. For most, their discovery proved well worth the effort. It is interesting to witness the excitement displayed when the revelation someone is likely a direct descendent of a well-known historical character. Simple words cannot capture the unspeakable joy of the discoverer. On the other hand, it is not unusual for others to wear blinders as if they can conceal a part of their history they wish to forget. Connecting bloodlines is no new phenomenon. Modern science has done much to prove definite links — provided the mechanism hasn’t been adulterated accidentally or by sinister design. Millie’s new book, which is due for release in 2018, does much to authenticate a stable link between two families with apparently disparate origins, hers and J. Edgar Hoover‘s.