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Gerald Gillis

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Member since: Apr 16, 2012

Gerald Gillis is the award-winning author of the historical novel "Shall Never See So Much." He is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, and holds a BBA degree from the University of Georgia and an MBA from the University of Tampa. After college, Gerald served three years as an artillery officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. His business career was spent largely in the medical-devices industry where he held executive-level positions and traveled extensively around the world.

"Shall Never See So Much" is Gerald's second novel. The book was selected for a Gold Medal for its historical fiction category by the Military Writers Society of America. It was also selected for an award from Readers Favorite. The story is set in the epochal year 1968, and deals with the conflicts and changes in the lives of a brother and sister. The brother is a Marine lieutenant in Vietnam at the time of the momentous Tet Offensive; the sister takes a position on the staff of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy as RFK begins his quest for the presidency. It is a story of heroism and triumph.

Gerald is completing a suspense novel about the business world, of which he was a part for many years. He is available as a business consultant and event speaker. Besides writing, Gerald has a wide range of interests, to include music, travel, gardening, learning, close contact with family and friends, Braves baseball, and especially Georgia Bulldogs football.

Gerald and his wife are the parents of three grown children. They continue to reside in the Atlanta area.

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