Celebrating the book lauch of ‘Horsemen of the Apocalypse’

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An inside look at the launch of Robert F. Kennedy’s latest book!

Publisher Tony Lyons and authors Robert F. Kennedy Jr and Dick Russell recently celebrated the launch of Horsemen of the Apocalypse: The Men Who Are Destroying Life on Earth and What It Means to Our Children with Skyhorse Publishing. We are proud to have hosted another successful book release party and hope for more to come!

The soiree also brought awareness to the World Mercury Project a non-profit organization that stands against the use of mercury in medicine. An inspiring speech was even provided by Donnie Wahlberg. To  have an inside look at the book launch, scroll through the gallery below.

Photography was kindly provided by Cynthia Carris Alonso, author of Passage to Cuba.

Robert F. Kennedy’s newest book, Horsemen of The Apocalypse, will be available on May 2nd!

About The Authors
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is the board president of the Waterkeeper Alliance and author of several books, including Framed and the New York Times bestseller Crimes Against Nature. He has been named by Time as one of the “Heroes for the Planet.” Kennedy lives in Los Angeles, California and Bedford, New York.

Dick Russell is an acclaimed environmental writer, with a special expertise on the crisis that is confronting the world’s oceans and fisheries. He is the author of Striper Wars: An American Fish Story and Eye of the Whale. He divides his time between Boston, Massachusetts and Los Angeles, California.

About the Photographer
Cynthia Carris Alonso has been a photographer and photo editor for more than twenty years, working for publications such as Newsweek, Vanity Fair, Business Week, and Time.com, and exhibiting her photographs around the United States and in Canada and Latin America. Since the early 1990s, Cynthia has traveled regularly to Cuba, photographing the country’s most famous artists, important news events, and the daily life of the people. In 1992, Cynthia met her future husband in Cuba, and today she lives with him and their daughter in New York City.

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