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Posts Tagged: World War II novel

Book Beat – The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron

The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron

In 1789, Aveline Sainte-Moreau arrives at the Château des Doux-Rêves, which will be her new home when she marries Philippe, the Duc et Vivay’s son. But revolutionaries attack during Aveline’s engagement party, destroying the castle and her future, and sending her into hiding. In 1944, British spy Viola Hart, on the run from the Nazis,… Read more »

Book Beat – Grounded Hearts by Jeanne Dickson

Grounded Hearts by Jeanne Dickson

When Canadian “Dutch” Whitney bails out of his damaged RAF bomber in February 1941, he’s glad to land on solid ground…alive. But he’s landed in neutral Ireland and by law, he’ll be interned in an Irish camp for the duration of the war. Somehow he needs to make his way across the border to Northern… Read more »

Book Beat – Catching the Wind, by Melanie Dobson

In Germany in 1940, young Dietmar and Brigitte lose themselves in tales of knights and princesses, but when the Gestapo comes for their parents, the two friends flee for their lives. In modern-day London, reporter Quenby Vaughn is deep in her investigation of a powerful British family that might have had Fascist connections during World… Read more »

Book Beat – With Love, Wherever You Are

With Love, Wherever You Are by Dandi Daley Mackall

When Army doctor Frank Daley meets spunky Army nurse Helen Eberhart, a whirlwind romance takes them both by surprise. Their speedy wartime marriage is soon tested when they ship to England and France with only letters to connect them. As they care for the wounded and endure deprivations, will their young love survive? Uplifting and… Read more »

A New Contract – Another World War II Book Series!

One fateful night drove three brothers apart. One fateful day thrusts them together…D-Day. I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve signed a fourth contract with Revell for another World War II series! The three-book series is tentatively called Brothers of Liberation, and it follows three estranged brothers in the events leading up to D-Day.    … Read more »

Book Beat – Friends and Enemies

Friends and Enemies by Terri Wangard. Brimming with excellent research, Friends and Enemies gives an interesting look into life in Nazi Germany and the experiences of B-17 bomber crewmen. World War II fiction buffs will truly enjoy this story!

In Nazi Germany, recent war widow Heidi Wetzel heads to the countryside to avoid Allied bombings and to help her friends with refugee children. However, a fervent Gestapo agent keeps his eye on Heidi due to her years spent in America. Lt. Paul Braedel serves as a navigator on a B-17 Flying Fortress based in… Read more »

Book Beat – The Methuselah Project

In 1943, P-47 fighter pilot Capt. Roger Greene is shot down over Germany. Resigned to spending the rest of the war in a POW camp, he’s startled when the Germans turn him over to civilian scientists. Imprisoned, Roger is subjected to a bizarre Nazi experiment. As the years progress, his captors age…but Roger doesn’t. In… Read more »

Cover Reveal! Anchor in the Storm

Anchor in the Storm

Introducing Arch Vandenberg and Lillian Avery! Coming soon…Anchor in the Storm (Waves of Freedom Book 2, Revell) will be released May 3, 2016! It is now available for pre-order at ChristianBook.com, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Books-A-Million. Here’s the back cover copy: For plucky Lillian Avery, America’s entry into World War II means a chance… Read more »

Book Beat – Secrets She Kept by Cathy Gohlke

1972: Hannah Sterling isn’t mourning the death of her mother, Lieselotte. Not at all. The woman was cold and closed and never gave Hannah the love she craved. However, her mother has left her a collection of letters hinting at family secrets and revealing that Hannah has a grandfather in Germany. Determined to fill in… Read more »

Book Beat – Saving Amelie by Cathy Gohlke

In 1939, Rachel Kramer visits Germany with her professor father for a eugenics conference, where she receives a cryptic message from her childhood friend, Kristine, who is married to SS officer Gerhard Schlick. Kristine begs Rachel to take her little daughter Amelie back to America with her. Amelie is deaf and a “blemish” on Gerhard’s… Read more »