Sandy Cohen’s published works include three books stories, articles, poetry, and essays in journals and magazines in the United States, Canada, China, Germany, England, and Greece. His work, critical and creative, has drawn praise from, among others, Norman Mailer, Bernard Malamud, Patrick White and Isaac Beshevis Singer. He has been a professor, jazz musician, bookbinder, actor and, for almost two decades, a humorous commentator on public radio. He appeared in his own mini-series for public television and in a feature film, Do Not Disturb, filmed in northern China, where he lived for a year. He currently resides in southwest Florida with his nearly-perfect family.
The Viper's Son
by Sandy Cohen
In the closing days of World War II, the Nazi high command has trained for a secret mission of sabotage along the eastern shores of Florida by burying explosives on the beaches to prepare for the inevitable defeat of the Reich and their ultimate revenge. Combined with modern international land fraud and betrayal of the most sacred trusts of all, and the fuse is lit.
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