The Munich Girl

The Munich Girl
The past may not be done with us. Fifty years after the end of WWII, Anna is plunged into the treacherous world of the Munich girl who was her
mother’s confidante — and Hitler’s lover — and finds her every belief about right and wrong challenged. “Historical fiction that reads like memoir.” Philadelphia Inquirer $2.99 on Kindle.

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The Munich Girl

The Munich Girl
What secrets is a portrait of Hitler’s mistress hiding?

“A story of enduring friendship and the lengths people will go to for love.” Stellar Review. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Shuckstack Mountain

Shuckstack Mountain

The blinding power of even small facets of nature is the crux of Shuckstack Mountain.

On Samuel Meller’s eighteenth birthday, Hitler invades Poland, and his family’s barn goes up in a blaze of fireworks and misplaced war fever. His poor vision keeps him from Western Front, and Samuel finds himself in the Smoky Mountains, a fire lookout for the forest service. In addition to raging fires, he is forced to confront his youthful foolishness, his own mortality, and the guilt of a survivor.

Shuckstack Mountain echoes the simple sincerity of the transcendentalists while maintaining a sense of wonder as evoked by Charles Frazier’s Cold Mountain, and David Guterson’s East of the Mountains. $2.99 on Kindle.

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