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The start of World War One – through the eyes of two lost children.

Discussion in 'Military Books' started by warwriter, Nov 11, 2015.

  1. warwriter

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    I’m pleased to announce the release of my latest novel, “Belmedon, 1914,” and to celebrate I’m giving it away.

    Gabriel de Metz is the thirteen year-old son of wealthy Parisian art gallery owners. When the family takes its annual trip to Vienna to pick up prints, he thinks it will be the same as all their other summers there — stuffy and boring. *Then the Archduke is assassinated in Sarajevo, and Austria turns hostile to outsiders. *The de Metzes decide to cut their sojourn short, but Gabriel becomes separated from his parents, and finds himself in charge of his little sister in the midst of a Europe mobilizing for war. *“Belmedon, 1914” is the story of their harrowing and sometimes horrifying trip home.

    Starting on December 1, 2015, “Belmedon, 1914” will be FREE on Amazon for seven days. *Just go to www.amazon.com/gp/product/B016H4VKSI

    All other books in my WWI and WWII series have been reduced to $3.99 for the holidays.

    (These are e-books – no hardback or paperback issues at this time.)
     

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