National best-selling historical author Candice Millard of Leawood works out of an office at her husband’s company in Overland Park. Mementos of past books — including a Teddy Roosevelt doll and a prestigious Edgar award, upper right — share space with research volumes and copies of her newest book, “Hero of the Empire” about Winston Churchill.
National best-selling historical author Candice Millard of Leawood works out of an office at her husband’s company in Overland Park. Mementos of past books — including a Teddy Roosevelt doll and a prestigious Edgar award, upper right — share space with research volumes and copies of her newest book, “Hero of the Empire” about Winston Churchill. Roy Inman Special to The Star
National best-selling historical author Candice Millard of Leawood works out of an office at her husband’s company in Overland Park. Mementos of past books — including a Teddy Roosevelt doll and a prestigious Edgar award, upper right — share space with research volumes and copies of her newest book, “Hero of the Empire” about Winston Churchill. Roy Inman Special to The Star

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