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Book Review: The Parsifal Pursuit: A Winston Churchill Thriller by Michael McMenamin and Patrick McMenamin

By the spring of 1931 a conspiracy is underway in Germany to assassinate President Hindenburg and restore the Kaiser's son to the throne, threatening the peace of Europe. Read More »

Book Review: Hitler’s Silver Box by Allen Malnak

Hitler’s Silver Box is a compelling, exciting thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the end. Read More »

Interview with Dr. Allen Malnak, Author of Hitler’s Silver Box

Dr. Allen Malnak's novel is one of those thrillers that would make a great movie. Read More »

Book Review: Reich TV by Jeff Pearce

The darkness of times during the Hitler regime. Read More »

WWII Forever Remembered

Why does WWII need to be remembered? Read More »

Book Review: Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay

Sarah cannot go beyond the pale, in this case locked doors of Vel' D'Hiv and posted guards, but you can. Read More »

Book Review: The Traitor’s Emblem by Juan Gomez-Jurado

A man seeks the truth about his father's death while Hitler is murdering his way to power. Read More »

Book Review: In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin by Erik Larson

Fear and Loving in Hitler's Berlin: A conscientious William Dodd becomes America's first ambassador to Nazi Germany, while his daughter tries her skills at other negotiations. Read More »

Book Review: A Nation’s Hope by Matt de la Peña, Illustrated by Kadir Nelson

Matt de la Pena's picture book Nation's Hope, The Story of Boxing Legend Joe Louis is a knock-out. Read More »

What John Galliano Tells Us about the Dark Side of Status

The real currency of haute couture is exclusivity, which is woven from heritage, genetic good fortune, unattainable expense, and, oddly enough, French law. Read More »