Harry Braham is Back! In Germany, as 1935 draws to a close, Hitler is preparing for his conquest of Europe. For those who had read his book, the plan is all there, death and destruction await. The German war machine is gearing up and new and very dangerous weapons are being designed. But Hitler has ather surprise for the world. He is staging a grand coming out party with the 1936 summer and winter Olympics as his back drop. As he builds up the propaganda onslaught, the seemingly unbounded success of National Socialism is attracting the interest of financial partners from all over the globe. In The Rhinemaiden's Song Harry Braham, ex-fighter pilot and full time espionage agent takes the reader on a twisting path of intrigue and danger. Secrets that the Gestapo and the NKVD want to uncover are only part of the dangers facing Braham. His mentor and old friend Raymond Kingman has disappeared from a luxury train in the swy Alps and it is Braham's job to find out what has happened to him and to understand the meaning of The Rhinemaiden's Song. Along the way he finds beautiful women willing share their secrets and their bodies with him. And, as usual, he has to find out who he can trust. With Harry Braham once again at the controls, The Rhinemaiden's Song hurtles into the middle of one of the twentieth century's epic struggles. Scroll up and grab your copy today!
Author John Bushby was introduced to the film noire genre while in grade school. Beginning by watching grainy films on a1950s black and white television he began to satiate his taste for the genre by reading everything he could find. He soon became a regular at the bookstore and library. Bushby has drawn on the experience of over thirty years of global business experience, traveling in and out of Europe and Asia to set the background for his books. His characters come from the people he has met along the way. Heroes and villains are drawn from casual and close acquaintances, often a mixture of both. His stories put the reader in the place where they ask, what would I do in a situation where life or death might hang in the balance? Bushby's characters live in the years between the two world wars caught in the swirl of action and intrigue as spies try to best one another and evil and good position themselves for the catastrophe to come. In The Rhinemaiden's Song Bushby draws on his experience as a pilot and combat aviator, as well as his years of experience in business on four continents. The characters Harry Braham and Rick Kasten are based on real people who fought against the Nazis. Bushby lives in Flanders, New Jersey. He is now working on the next titles in the Harry Braham and Rick Kasten series. You can learn more at his website; www.johnbushby.com