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The Crystal Knight
Series: The Juno Letters. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 83,910. Language: English. Published: March 5, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Historical
The man known only as Cantillon - a brutal collaborator who unleashed a reign of terror on the streets of Paris - has arrived in Nord-Calais. His mission - to crush the black market resistance on the eve of D-Day where Hitler has decided the Allies will land. Holding his leash - a psychotic SS colonel bent on resurrecting his disintegrating career at any cost.
Never a Good War: A Novel of the International Brigades
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 108,340. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2015 by The Educational Publisher/Biblio Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » War & military adventure, Fiction » Adventure » Action
Never a Good War, tells in alternating voices, the story of the Spanish civil war and its aftermath. From the blood baths of Spain to the harrowing trip into France, to picking up the trail of a slippery prey, this atmospheric, Never a Good War, moves from armed conflict to a personal, dangerous undertaking in the heart of darkness.
Blood and Blitzkrieg
Series: Joe Dean. Price: Free! Words: 77,320. Language: English. Published: February 7, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
Set in France and Belgium in World War II, 'Blood and Blitzkrieg' tells the harrowing story of Joe Dean, a young Australian lieutenant, as he discovers love, fear and hatred in the cauldron of the German invasion of 1940.
Jason's Helmet
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 37,820. Language: English. Published: April 24, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » History » War, Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Family relationships
Jason's helmet is the true story of a WW2 helmet's journey home from the Normandy battlefield. Roger Pillu found the helmet after a battle, picked it up and vowed to return it to the family to thank them for their sacrifice and his freedom. He kept it in safe keeping until the sixtieth anniversary of d-day. He wrote the letter to Jason's brother, 'we have the helmet of your brother. Come...'