Tau Publishing to Release Book About Suspicious Death of Robert Ludlum, Author of The Bourne IdentityBy Tau Publishing, PRNE
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
PHOENIX, February 16, 2011 - According to Tau Publishing on January 24, 2001, Robert Ludlum signed a
new last will and testament bequeathing the bulk of his estate to his second
wife Karen, and named his accountant as executor. Thirteen days later on
February 10, 2001, Ludlum was severely burned in a suspicious fire while
sitting in his recliner at his luxurious Enclave home in Naples, Florida.
Thirty days later Robert Ludlum was dead. Before an autopsy could be
performed, his body is whisked off to the Naples Crematorium.
An investigation into his death and events prior was conducted by the
country's leading private intelligence agency consisting of a forensic
accountant, lawyers, doctors and five former FBI agents. They have uncovered
a story as intriguing and compelling as any Ludlum novel.
Ludlum's life story, including the events leading up to his death and why
the probate of his estate was opened in New York and not in Florida, where he
died, are detailed in The Ludlum Identity, The Man Behind Jason Bourne.
This extraordinary book, written by Dr. Kenneth Michael Kearns, his
nephew and former personal physician, and co-written by Jeffrey Campbell,
brings to light details that up until now, were dismissed by the authorities
in two states.
The Ludlum Identity, The Man behind Jason Bourne can be ordered on
TheLudlumIdentity.com, at Barnesandnoble.com and will be available as a
kindle and Nook download on March 12, 2011.
About the Authors:
Kenneth Michael Kearns, M.D., is Robert Ludlum's nephew and was also his
personal physician. He served on the clinical faculty at Yale University
School of Medicine for many years. Jeffrey Campbell is a published author and
founder of Tau Publishing.
Contact: Tau Publishing, LLC 1422 East Edgemont Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85007 +1-602-625-6183 www.TheLudlumIdentity.com
Note to Editors:
A picture accompanying this release is available through the PA
Photowire. It can be downloaded from www.pa-mediapoint.press.net or
viewed at www.mediapoint.press.net or www.prnewswire.co.uk.
Tau Publishing, LLC, +1-602-625-6183
Tags: arizona, February 16, Phoenix, Tau Publishing