F. Keith Davis
F. Keith Davis is a longtime Mountain State newspaperman and independent book publisher who has held a variety of roles in the field during the last thirty decades, such as journalist, columnist, general manager, publisher, and Amazon Top-100 writer.
He's a student of American history and particularly loves exploring southern West Virginia’s vibrant past—also as background concerning the Wild West. A critically acclaimed writer, his book names include The Secret Life and Brutal Death of Mamie Thurman; The Feuding Hatfields & McCoys (Amazon Top-100 Title); West Virginia Tough Boys; Pictures of America: Logan County, WV; plus a bestselling inspirational title, After All These Years: The Authorized Biography of the Hoppers—America's Favorite Family of Gospel Music .
Davis has penned articles for a number of publications including WildWest Magazine, Rotorcraft Professional Magazine, West Virginia Magazine, Goldenseal Magazine, West Virginia Executive, and various papers across the country. He's also composed inspirational attributes for Singing News Magazine, U.S. Gospel News, Bill & Gloria Gaither's Homecoming Magazine, along with lots of history-based and motivational websites, too.
As a writer and historian, Keith was nominated for HISTORY channel’s 2012 documentary, "The Hatfields and McCoys: America’s Greatest Feud," narrated by Kevin Costner and directed by Emmy® nominated director/producer Mark Cowen. Keith also provided resource materials and classic photographs for its film.
Through the Years, Keith has emerged on C-Span BookTV; CBN/The 700 Club (pertaining to this Hatfield-McCoy Feud); WV Public Television and Radio; numerous Mountain State television and radio stations, Metronews Talkline with Hoppy Kercheval; Viewpoint together with Jean Dean; along with other television and radio progra
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