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About the Author: Ken Anderson

Licensed by the Evangelical Free Church, Ken first pastored in Isle, Minnesota and later in Newman Grove, Nebraska. Ken became involved in the newly formed ministry, Youth For Christ, and he served as their first full-time Magazine Editor. Ken became connected to a fledgling organization called Baptista Films, where he wrote and then directed his first film drama. Later he launched Gospel Films. Over 200 Christian films have been produced since then, including original dramas for many foreign countries. As a pioneer in Christian films, Ken will be best remembered for the drama story, PILGRIM’S PROGRESS, produced in 1977. Featured in the story is Liam Neeson in his first screen role, as Evangelist. Ken began a writing career that spanned 7 decades. 77 books were published, at least 1 per decade, with 19 books alone published in the 40's. As an author, Ken will be best remembered for his work, WHERE TO FIND IT IN THE BIBLE, published in 1996 by Thomas Nelson. Over 4 million copies are in print, and it remains a busy seller on the Nelson backlist.

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Paperback, Published in Oct 2007 by America Star Books

ISBN10: 142418505X | ISBN13: 9781424185054

Page count: 164

Historical fiction is a blend of actual incidents and real individuals with fictional accounts of those events and made-up characters. It gives fiction a more realistic quality. It serves to remind us of the past and lets our imaginations fill in any unknowns. I have a great deal of respect and admiration for the real characters mentioned in my book and I have tried to portray them as they actually were and how they might have acted in different situations. The end of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century were an exciting time both in Mexico and in the United States. In The Road to Parral I have tried to both educate and entertain the reader through the lives of two young Mexicans growing up in the political turmoil of Mexico around the turn of the century, the hardships of riding with a band of outlaws and the reasons for the choices they made.

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