Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Nelson DeMille
- The problem with doing nothing is not knowing when you are finished.
- An Englishman once said that he found it easier to be a member of a club than of the human race because the bylaws were shorter, and he knew all the members personally. That sounds about right.
- Basically, all women are nurturers and healers, and all men are mental patients to varying degrees.
- Job happiness is directly proportional to the distance you are from the home office.
- I turned to the Times crossword puzzle and asked Kate, “What’s the definition of a moderate Arab?” “I don’t know.” “A guy who ran out of ammunition.
- Kate had never been married, so she had no way of knowing if I was a normal husband. This has been good for our marriage.
- Somehow, amid all the sophistication and diversions of this world, we forgot the basics: take care of business at home first, and never betray your blood.
- I don’t like mysteries, which is why I want to solve them. It bothers me that there are things I don’t know.
- I tried to picture a bunch of guys in blue suits running around a beachside neighborhood, knocking on doors and flashing Fed creds. That should cause a stampede of illegal aliens heading south.
- But that’s all hindsight. That evening, my mind was cloudy, and my good judgment was influenced by my need to prove something. It goes to show you, you shouldn’t stay out too late during the week.
Nelson DeMille was born Nelson Richard DeMille to Huron and Antonio DeMille on August 23, 1943 in New York City. Mr. DeMille served in the U.S. Army from 1966 to 1969 and earned the rank of First Lieutenant. Part of that time was served during the Vietnam War (in Quang Tri Provence, from November ’67 to December ’68). During his army career, Nelson was awarded with the Bronze Star, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, and the Air Medal. In 1970, Nelson received a BA in Political Science and History from Hofstra University. He was also awarded the Estabrook Award from Hofstra. Mr. DeMille has written more than 10 best-selling novels; including “The Charm School”, “The Cathedral”, and “Up Country”, another novel The General’s Daughter (1999) was been made into a motion picture starring John Travolta. Nelson DeMille is married to Ginny DeMille and has two children, Lauren and Alexander.
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