Heart of Steel Soon to hit the Big Screen

Imagine waking up one day to learn the name you've used your entire life isn't your name at all. Air Force veteran Kevin D. Miller writes about this in his new book, Heart of Steel: Based on an Incredible True Story.

A  terrible tragedy and scandalous murder takes place on a farm in rural Ohio on September 13, 2019. Stanley's father is murdered in his sleep. His mother frees herself from her bindings and frantically sends Stanley to find the Sheriff. An investigation ensues in the following weeks and the story takes some shocking twists and unexpected turns. Stanley and his four siblings find themselves all alone and on their own in a notorious orphanage. The conditions of the orphanage force Stanley to plan an improbable escape with his siblings. Stanley runs away to find work and save enough money to return to steal his siblings away from the orphanage.

Will finding true love in the arms of an Irish girl from Canton help Stanley finally come to terms with his tragic past? Will learning to forgive the demons of his past allow him to find peace and redemption?

Travel to 1920 Southington, Ohio and experience a heartbreaking and heartwarming story based on the true events of Stanley William Miller, formally Stanley William Puchalski.

Heart of Steel reached #1 Best Seller status on Amazon in November and is a hot topic in the media on radio and television. Available on Amazon in paperback and eBook and also available on Barnes & Noble in paperback. Soon to be seen on the big screen as a major motion picture. Makes a great gift for the holidays and Christmas.

Reviews...


In this novel based on his family’s history, Miller writes about his grandfather in a dramatic, vivid manner and a shifting third-person perspective. The author offers readers a fast-paced, cinematic tale that covers Stanley’s travails—which include changing his last name to Miller at the age of 13 and working in a Chicago steel mill—rather than a sober, minutiae-filled biography.

-Kirkus Reviews

Heart of Steel is the true story of Stanley Miller and it is hard to find a more realistic tale that will touch you deeply. Kevin D. Miller has written of abuse, murder, prohibition, life on the farm, pain, suffering and joy with so much heart and feeling. I felt as though I was sharing a story with a friend and felt all of Stanley’s emotional ups and downs with him. I cried, I laughed, I worried and I couldn’t stop reading Heart of Steel because it is just a really good book. Heart of Steel covers so many genres and is good reading for the young, the old, male and female – just about everyone should read this book.

-Readers Favorite Book Reviews (Trudi LoPreto)



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