David T. Miller
BA MS JD

Writing, editing, interviewing, research, image acquisition and manipulation, cover design, websites, copyrights, queries and proposals, agent correspondence, and digital and on-demand manuscript preparation.  

New!    Chicago Heights now available on Audible.com

--"Riveting" "Candid and revealing" "Carefully researched"

"Not only is his improbable story wonderfully told, but the book reads like a whodunit... as in who killed one of America's most famous gangsters, Sam Giancana?"   
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--4.8/5 stars on Amazon

"It’s not a world of glamour and the Godfather. It’s tough. It’s gritty. It’s violent and it’s often ugly.”—Richard C. Lindberg, author of Gangland Chicago: Criminality and Lawlessness in the Windy City

The book is available from the publisher or your favorite local bookstore (like Joseph-Beth Booksellers) or Amazon E-mail David for an autographed copy. 
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A sample of my work
Nonfiction: Steve Flairty,  Kentucky's Everyday Heroes Vol. 5 (foreword)
Young Adult Fiction: P. Shaun Neal, Mama's Song, Saguaro Press (editor, agent)(forthcoming)
True Crime:  Chicago Heights: Little Joe College, the Outfit, and the Fall of Sam Giancana, Southern Illinois University Press (co-writer, editor, agent)
Fiction: Joseph G. Anthony, Wanted: Good Family, Bottom Dog Press (editor)
Memoir: Earned in Blood, Thurman Miller, St. Martin's Press (contributing writer and editor)
Devotional: Rita Setness,   Surviving Child Loss, WestBow Press (editor)
Poetry: The End of the World and Other Poems, Bacchante Books (writer, publisher, cover)
History: Miner-A Life Underground, Bacchante Books (co-writer, editor, publisher, cover)
Academic: Annual updates to Hon. Joe Lee practice handbook,  West Publications (research, writer)
Military: Bordages, Suicide Creek (editor, publisher, digital research, OCR, cover, repackaging)
Theater: William French, Maryat Lee's EcoTheater, West Va. University Press (contributor)
Book reviews: Appalachian Heritage
Memorabilia:   Ngaire's Kitchen
(write...in addition to paper and e-materials for community, medical, and legal professionals,
and regular columns or occasional pieces for Lexington Family Magazine, ACE, Nougat, Fayette County Bar,
Bluegrass Dog, Kentucky Department for Public Advocacy's The Defender  newsletter, Attorneys for the Rights of the Child, and many others.
Many references upon request.
Contact me - [email protected]