Robert Knuckle

Author WebRobert Knuckle was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario.  He received his B.A. from the University of Windsor in 1957 and M.Ed. from the University of Toronto in 1968.  He began writing full-time in 1992.  Prior to that, Mr. Knuckle was an English and Latin teacher and a secondary school vice-principal with the Hamilton Board of Education.

Robert Knuckle is the author of twelve books, four of them for children.  Most of his other books are about true crime or tales of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.  He has written for radio, television and cinema and won an ACTRA writing award for his radio script I Am Not a Legend, the story of legendary football coach Vince Lombardi.  Nine of his stage plays have been produced at major venues in Canada, the USA, and in Europe.

Robert Knuckle resides in Dundas, Ontario, with his wife, Elizabeth.  They have four children and seven grandchildren.

Author titles:

The Mayerthorpe Story ─ From Ambush to Aftermath
The Flying Bandit
Black Jack ─ America’s Famous Riderless Horse
A Master of Deception: Working Undercover for the RCMP
In the Line of Duty: The Honour Roll of the RCMP since 1873
In the Line of Duty, Volume II: From Fort MacLeod to Mayerthorpe

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  1. Frances A. Cheever Reply

    Hi,

    I worked on the JACKIE movie, starring Natalie Portman. Many hours of research was done to ensure accuracy and authenticity, that was my commitment to honor those who serve and the families. As a 32 year Army Veteran, I knew the best way to achieve accuracy and authenticity was by using the real assets from JFK’s funeral. I was able to facilitate the necessary contracts with the Office of the Chief of Public Affairs (OCPA) in LA and secured all assets from the 3rd US Infantry (Old Guard) for the movie. I’ve been wanting your book Black Jack since I saw it at the Caisson Platoon.

    I would appreciate your assistance in getting a copy of the book.

    V/r,

    Frances

    Frances A. Cheever
    U.S. Army Nurse Corps (Ret)
    MajorAcheever@gmail.com
    240-604-7954
    Director of Operations, DC Chapter
    Veterans in Media & Entertainment

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