This is additional news about my books. The full list appears on the previous page.
BEN VISITS OFFICES OF CENTRAL RECOVERY PRESS, Sept. 2016, in LAS VEGAS, in preparation for MAYOR’S FOUNDATION FOR RECOVERY CONVOCATION AND ADDRESS ABOUT ‘I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO BELIEVE’
AND AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH www.loudunst.com
From Sunbelt Publishing:
The first-hand account of the courageous and inspirational life of Holocaust survivor Lou Dunst. Lou lived through four Nazi death camps and miraculously escaped two pending gas chamber executions. He is now an internationally sought mentor, teacher, and lecturer on benevolence and forgiveness.
LOU ISRAEL DUNST, of blessed memory, 1926-2015.
FROM A RECENT REVIEW OF ‘DANGEROUS FRIENDSHIP:’
“Eminently accessible, Dangerous Friendship is as fascinating as it is enlightening…”
The first of my 3 MLK-related books all launched at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis:
NOTHING LIKE SUNSHINE:
A Story in the Aftermath of the MLK Assassination
This book is a chronicle of Kamin’s experiences at Cincinnati’s churning Woodward High School in the 1960s, his troubled friendship with a black classmate, and how the legacy of MLK led to their eventual reunion almost forty years later. It is ultimately a tribute to his spiritual mentor, M.L. King. The book was also launched in Memphis, on April 4, 2010.
Having been quoted by Ann Landers, been cited by Congressman Louis Stokes, former chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus (“Ben Kamin can talk to anybody about anything)”, described by T. George Harris as “the most unique and clear voice in America for worldly spiritualism,” by the Cleveland Plain Dealer as “one of the key religious spokesmen around”, and by CNN legal correspondent Avery Friedman as “America’s rabbi,” Ben Kamin is now putting his theology, and his understanding of scripture as an “overwhelmingly human song to creation“ into print via the King saga.
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