The Mysterious Case of Rudolf Diesel, and How Reading Helps You Think, with Doug Brunt | Ep. 630
Megyn Kelly is joined by Doug Brunt, best-selling author of the new book, "The Mysterious Case of Rudolf Diesel," to discuss the mystery at the center of his book, a brief synopsis of who Rudolf Diesel is and his impact on our world today, whether Diesel committed suicide or was murdered, the suspects for who could have mudered Diesel, how authorities identified his body, the devastating impact of his death, his legacy today the difference between writing and selling a fiction vs. non-fiction book, the support and feedback from peers (and Megyn), Meryl Gordon’s book “Mrs. Astor Regrets” and her disappointment with Anderson Cooper for referencing her work throughout his new book, the ethics of citing sources vs. doing your own book research, Doug's life growing up, the different personalities of their kids, where love of books came, and more.
More from Doug Brunt: https://douglasbrunt.com
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