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John W. Cassell

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The arts have always played a role in John Cassell's life. His mother was a fashion model, additionally finding self expression in oils and sculpture. His dad was one of the pioneers of television, supplemented as well by summer stock and radio. John's first job was as a radio personality. For twenty-five years he was a prosecutor with over 100 felony jury trials to his credit before focusing his attention as an author of over ten books and stories in various genres.

Cassell wrote most of his books while residing in the South Seas. His earliest works were portrayals of his years on the road both in the United States, Europe and North Africa. His later works are based on his law enforcement and political experiences. All, however, reflect the
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Devilliers County Blues: 1972

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Armageddon- Part Two

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Lest We Forget

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Odyssey: 1970

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AN AQUARIAN TRAGEDY

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“If you ain't scared, there's nothing to be brave about.”
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John Cassell If you're not scared there's nothing to be brave about----Joe Rossi


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John Cassell that saint/sinner quote is from Oscar Wilde. I don't know who Warren Buffet is.


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