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On the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, Consider the American Holocaust. Did the Nazis Borrow a Page from US History?

Each year, when the anniversary of D-Day and the Normandy invasion draws near, I am petitioned with questions pursuant to the writing of the WWII novel, How Angels Die.  For the most part, I am able to rely on the extensive research conducted for the novel seasoned with the personal …

Get Your Copy of Losing St. Christopher Now!

In 1953 Albert Speer, Germany’s Minister of Armaments & War Production during World War II, wrote from his cell in Spandau Prison, West Berlin, regarding the genocide of the American Indian. The Nazis’ study of the treatment and eradication of the American Indian was an element in the plan for …

Losing St. Christopher Out June 4th!

Historical fiction unveils the cruel past of the founding of America – Losing St. Christopher chronicles Book 2 in the Cherokee Series and follows a family split by vision for the future, but held together by love, as they assimilate into European culture, their betrayal, and escape from the Trail of Tears. …