Mort Keilty established his credentials as a writer by working at the craft in virtually every form. Since 2000, he has ghost-written and co-authored five non-fiction books: Oh, by the way; Be Yourself; Golf & Me; I can, I will, I believe; and It’s all up in the air. Fiction is his writing preference, and The Beholder is his first published work of fiction.
He has been a counterintelligence agent in Europe, a competent country club golfer, a successful business owner, and a fair father.
Apart from writing, his primary continuing interests revolve around family—his sons and their children. He loves kids, classic movies, great writing, and Impressionist art.
He resides and writes now in Groton, Connecticut.
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The Beholder “A Rediscovery of Life and Love”
A renowned Brazilian artist has distanced himself from the modern world, and an offbeat New York journalist makes it a heartfelt mission to find him. This is the recounting by the old artist of his aesthetic formation, tragic success, and self-inflicted reclusion. It is equally the story of the old man’s effect on the younger man; of late discovery by both men of friendship, love and purpose.
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