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Veröffentlicht am 06.05.2012, 20:31:42 GMT+2
Zuletzt vom Autor geändert am 06.05.2012, 20:33:03 GMT+2
Irma Fritz meint:
Hallo deutsche Leser!
Bis Dienstag koennen Sie meine Kurzgeschichte kostenlos herunterladen. Kurz genug um auf ihrem Handy zu lesen!
Cigarette Break (The Angel of Death)
Amazon Bestseller-Rang:
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C.J. ist ein amerikanischer Soldat mit posttraumatischen Belastungsstörungen. Wenn er mit seiner Familie in einer idyllischen Pension in Kanada landet sagt er dass er sich umbringen will. Was passiert mit seiner Frau and Kindern, besonders dann später, wenn er beschließt dass er die Frau nicht hinterlassen kann?

Veröffentlicht am 06.05.2012, 21:33:57 GMT+2
Glen Krisch meint:
I write horror fiction in the tradition of Stephen King. You can find my English-language Amazon.de titles here:
Where Darkness Dwells Where Darkness Dwells is probably my most popular title.

Veröffentlicht am 08.05.2012, 18:52:11 GMT+2
Helen Laycock meint:
Guten tag to German readers interested in reading English books!

I am a children's author (with German connections), so if your children would like to access to British literature suitable for 7 - 12 year-olds, you might like to have a look at the following:
Glass Dreams ***** is a mystery/adventure suitable for the 7 - 12 age range:

Runaway, Jake, has no idea what adventures are in store when he meets circus performer, Khala, hiding in a ramshackle caravan. Should he tell her about the mysterious box he has been warned never to open? Khala also has a secret to share, but can she trust Jake? Fantazi's circus is a place of danger, but with the help of Cedric the dwarf and his beloved Chihuahua, Audrey, the children unravel the truth and are utterly astounded at the biggest secret of all.

5*Review: 'I read this book to find out if it was suitable for my 10 year old daughter and to be honest I couldn't put it down! It's a brilliant story and so well written - my daughter will also love it I'm sure.'

5* Review: 'Excellent opening to the story. This author does not patronize her young readers by using language that it too simple thereby stretching their imagination. The story moves along well and keeps up the excitement. I was particularly taken by the descriptions of some of the events. For example the laying of the "Dirty" trail, in the caravan by the dog was very well done. Another good feature is the use of just a few important characters in the story thus allowing it to move along without too many red herrings. In all an exciting read.'


Salt is also a mystery/adventure for 7 - 12-year olds:

For Toby, a holiday at Pirate's Cove is nothing like he expected it to be... With the help of Hattie, a strange local girl, her dog Scamp and Rufus, the intelligent rat, the secrets of Salt Guesthouse are unravelled. Why are there mysterious beach fires and eerie singing at night? What is Hattie hiding? Why has a dead man been spotted in the town and why are the children in such grave danger?

`I completely forgot I was reading a book. It was as if I was really there...' (Mia)


Still on the mystery/adventure theme, we have Mandrake's Plot for 7 - 12-year olds:

Evie and Mia meet on a train on their way to St.Agatha's Boarding School for Girls. When they are dropped off at a disused railway station in the middle of nowhere with no one to meet them, they trek through the pelting rain and darkness for miles until they find a sign to St.Agatha's which points to an unlikely overgrown track leading up a mountain path. The school is a foreboding place, set high up on a mountain, surrounded by a sea of mist, and overlooking a loch. Coming face to face with the grotesque caretaker, Mandrake, does nothing to allay their fears. What is the significance of the strange rings worn by Miss Blackthorn, the head teacher? Why does Evie not receive any post from her parents? Evie and Mia stumble across a forgotten burial chamber where the skeleton of Sister Beatrice lies, clutching a note. The note details a curse which she has laid on the land. Locked in the chamber as a punishment, the girls uncover an old book within which is the antidote to the curse, but it is hidden in code. The girls then make a terrible discovery. Are they daring and innovative enough to plan a scheme that will foil evil and get them out of a dangerous situation?

Martha and Mitch is another mystery/adventure:

Martha is humble and unspoilt, despite living a life of utter luxury at Lottery Lodge with her (mostly absent) father and step-mother, Penelope. She has a circular bedroom with ever-changing scenery upon the curved wall and, in the centre, her bed rotates under a silver canopy above which the ceiling is lit like the Milky Way. In Martha's library, a conveyor-belt shelving system automatically files returned books into alphabetically correct spaces and her bathroom is like an undersea kingdom. The most extraordinary toys fill her glass-walled playroom, invented by her father's brilliant employee, the ancient Willoughby Withers, and, from there she looks out onto the playground of dreams. But Martha is lonely. Mitch lives at the boys' orphanage, a dilapidated mansion which is owned and run by the kind Ariadne Scattypants who keeps no record of names or numbers. Ariadne, however, has a heart of gold. She feeds and clothes the orphans and never ever turns any boy away. Neither child has any idea about the life the other is leading. Between Lottery Lodge and the orphanage is a dense wood and it is here that a band of wild boys live, boys who, as a rite of passage, have had to leave the orphanage due to a lack of beds as new, younger boys continue to arrive. Mitch finds himself at their mercy, but somehow manages to scrabble his way out of the woods, emerging at Martha's wonderful home. However, here, too, things are taking a sinister turn. With the aid of Withers' newest invention, Penelope has hatched a devious, failsafe plan to eliminate Martha. She has been concealing a deep secret which must not be revealed at any cost. Will Martha and Mitch uncover the truth or will the devious Penelope succeed in getting her evil way?


Still on mystery/adventure books for children, how about Song of the Moon ****?:

Isadora Wellington, known as Izzy, befriends Titania Moonsong, a wheelchair bound old lady who lives at 13 Arnison Road. Rumour has it that Mrs Moonsong is a witch, which is hardly surprising: she has a black cat, Macbeth, and an array of herbs in her garden from which she makes peculiar concoctions. She also has an uncanny aptitude for pre-empting whatever Izzy is about to say, or, indeed, is thinking and her favourite piece of music is `The Sorcerer's Apprentice'. As Izzy is helping Mrs Moonsong one day, she discovers a hidden door blocked by a cupboard. Mrs Moonsong mysteriously disappears. In her place is a strange hippie, Dylan, her nephew. He is unwilling to engage in conversation with Izzy and Joe, her cousin, so they are forced to spy on the house from the track at the back of the garden. They discover Mrs Moonsong's wheelchair in the garden shed. Without it she is stranded. Believing he has something to do with his aunt's disappearance, the children continue to spy on Dylan who seems to be engrossed in collecting strange ingredients for a `recipe' which turns out to be a spell. It seems that Mrs Moonsong's house was built where ley lines meet, and that, if a witch should happen to live in such a place, then evil is magnified. The spell requires that the house should be burned down at full moon. A potion needs to be secretly administered to Dylan. The plan succeeds, but only partly. Dylan has locked himself in the secret room with Mrs Moonsong when he falls into a drugged sleep and blocks the door. He has already set the house alight at this point. It is a race against time to get the key...

4* review: '
I enjoyed reading The Song of the Moon. Helen has a clear voice, it is as if I can hear her reading to me.
I loved the names of the characters, and thought that Titania Moonsong sounded a lovely woman. Izzy made me think of a more sensible Pippi Longstocking. I liked the way Helen gradually built up Dylan the nephew into an every more wacky character (especially the bit at the end with the white coat - read it and see).
Helen scatters a few unusual words into her prose, and it was fun looking them up using my kindle. This book has a satisfying plot and is very tidily linked together. I enjoyed the colourful description of the hippy festival, and the exciting climax to the story.
I hope Helen gets lots of readers. I've just downloaded another of hers.'

Veröffentlicht am 08.05.2012, 18:54:10 GMT+2
Helen Laycock meint:
And, changing the genre slightly...
If you'd rather something a little more light-hearted, you could read about Mr Charlie Chumpkins *****:

Imagine Sam's shock when he discovers that a tiny man, Charlie Chumpkins, has been living under his bed for some time and imagine, too, the pressure of keeping his little friend a secret. Sam manages to come to the rescue each time Charlie gets himself mixed up in a mishap...and there are plenty of them, from being catapulted into a tree, to being dyed blue to falling into a supermarket freezer.

But what will happen when a campsite bully discovers Charlie on holiday and sends him up in a model aeroplane? Can miniature Charlie ever survive the immense power of the sea?

And what surprise does the magician have in store at Sam's birthday party?

5* review: 'An enjoyable and exciting read. This unbelievable event (the appearance of a tiny man under Sam's bed) is very cleverly introduced in a way which makes it seem quite ordinary; most young boys have rubbish under their beds, ask their mothers, and it would not seem surprising to most of them that Charlie has existed on the leavings from Sam's breakfast. The little man moves into Charlie's life and his adventures in the larger world are portrayed in an exciting but realistic way. The reader is carried along through a series of problems which would exist if one was as small as Charlie and when the end of the story approaches it becomes obvious that we must wait for the next book to resolve his latest escapade!'


And, the sequel (a must-read as the first book ends on a cliffhanger) is The Further Mishaps of Charlie Chumpkins:

Charlie Chumpkins, Sam's miniature friend, has now settled very well into the big world, yet wherever he find himself he seems to meet with adventures. From being delivered with a pizza, to surfing on a ray, to getting into a tizz at the hospital, he manages to emerge unscathed every time. But what happens when he is carried off by a magpie or lost in deep snow? And, when Sam himself is in trouble, of what use can such a tiny friend such as Charlie actually be?


And, finally, if you like children's poetry, here is...a children's poetry book called A Mouthful of Chuckles ****:

Health Warning!
Kids, don't read this with your mouth full... You may choke on a chipolata!

This is a rib-tickling book of rhyming children's poetry with illustrations, to be enjoyed over and over again by school children, teachers, parents and grandparents. And your pets if they're interested!

4* Review: 'I love this book! Helen has a lovely way of writing, and the rhythms in the poems are infectious. I love the glass eye, the mouse curled asleep in the trainer, and much more. Please write some funny poems for grown-ups too :). '

You can see all these books - and more - on my author page:


>*>*>*>*ALL PRICED AROUND £1.00/$1.60<*<*<*<

Happy reading!

Veröffentlicht am 08.05.2012, 19:41:22 GMT+2
Zuletzt vom Autor geändert am 08.05.2012, 19:43:05 GMT+2
Irma Fritz meint:
Heute ist der letzte Tag für den KOSTENLOSEN Download von meiner Kurzgeschichte Cigarette Break (The Angel of Death)
C.J. is ein junger Soldat, auf Urlaub von der Armee mit seiner hübschen Frau Crystal. Als sie eine abgelegene Pension in Kanada finden sagt Crystal es wäre dort idyllisch, vor allem für ihre drei kleine Kinder. Aber C.J. leidet von posttraumatischen Belastungsstörungen und sucht nur nach einer Gelegenheit, Selbstmord zu begehen. Was passiert wenn er entscheidet, er will nicht alleine sterben?
Nr. 2 in Kindle-Shop > eBooks > Fremdsprachige eBooks > Englische eBooks > Belletristik > Populäre Belletristik > Krieg
Nr. 11 in Kindle-Shop > eBooks > Fremdsprachige eBooks > Englische eBooks > Belletristik > Kurzgeschichten

Veröffentlicht am 08.05.2012, 23:15:09 GMT+2
In celebration of my birthday, I am making my new thriller The Scorpion free on Kindle for two days - May 8 and 9. It is Book 2 in the Daily Express Chronicles series. My gift to new readers.

If you haven't yet read the first one, DEADLINE, it is reduced in price for the two days of the free promotion. While both books can be read as standalones, they are best read in sequence.

Now get both books at a great price for two days only - May 8 and 9. Any reviews will be most appreciated.


Veröffentlicht am 10.05.2012, 19:10:43 GMT+2
Barca_10 meint:
3 thriller from author R J Dillon

The Oktober Projekt

For Nick Torr, a senior officer in the Secret Intelligence Service’s (SIS) Covert Directorate CO8, Operation Salvage was intended to be nothing more than a mundane collection from an SIS agent in Moscow. Betrayed, captured, beaten and tortured, Torr’s nightmare has only just begun as Moscow attempts to protect its Oktober Projekt, raising the stakes of espionage to terrifying new heights.

The Fanatic

When a radical group of extremists launch a terror campaign on the streets of Britain, a frantic hunt begins to find those responsible. But what seems a simple case of terrorism quickly reveals other, more sinister forces at work. As Nick Torr follows a dangerous trail that stretches from the hostile streets of Cairo to Paris, London, Kenya, Somalia and finally Washington, it becomes clear that this is no straightforward dirty war.

Hunted and the Damned

A British spy’s disappearance in Berlin at the height of the Cold War has never been fully explained. When a retired British Secret Intelligence Service officer is brutally murdered in Berlin, the two events are dismissed as unconnected, simply a coincidence.

Fast paced thrillers

Enjot reading.

R J Dillon

Veröffentlicht am 11.05.2012, 13:12:41 GMT+2
The Enhancer is a fantasy with a romance. It is free today on the Kindle.

Veröffentlicht am 12.05.2012, 08:41:31 GMT+2
Amazon-Kunde meint:
Hallo Leute,

als frisch-gebackene Autorin scheue ich mich noch etwas davor, mich auf den Marktplatz zu stellen und zu schreien. Aber es hilft ja nichts. Wenn man bei einem Indie-Verlag veröffentlicht, kann man nicht darauf warten, dass einem die Bücher aus der Hand gerissen werden. Also, Ohren zuhalten, jetzt kommt's:

Wind Over Troubled Waters - Book One is a post-apocalyptic fantasy adventure set in Cornwall, England, after a great flood destroyed civilization as we know it. This is the first book in a series of currently four, which I co-wrote with UK author Francene Stanley. The second book is scheduled for release in November. I hope you'll enjoy the read. Of course, reviews would be much appreciated.


Veröffentlicht am 12.05.2012, 11:51:34 GMT+2
Zuletzt vom Autor geändert am 12.05.2012, 11:52:33 GMT+2
Egypt meint:
My book was written in German and has been translated into English and Arabic (this is only available in Egypt or by me).
But the English and the German version are on Amazon and I would love your reviews!
My Husband Is Egyptian: 15 Women Tell Their Stories
Mein Mann ist Ägypter: 15 Frauen erzählen aus ihrem Leben
As you can see from the title it is about multicultural marriages, the stories are all true!
Annelies Ismail

Veröffentlicht am 12.05.2012, 15:15:59 GMT+2
Hamburg 1947: A Place for the Heart to Kip 0,89 euro cents for a limited time

arry Leslie Smith's second memoir, Hamburg 1947: A Place for the Heart to Kip is a love story in my mind and it's just brilliant. -Judging covers

The memoir is well written, with a compelling story that carried me along steadily. I like to find at least one reviewing pinprick, although it's difficult this time. The book ends with a cliff-hanger, making me wonder what came next. In all, I cannot recommend this memoir highly enough.-The Kindle Book Review

"I did not expect to have compassion for the German population after WWII, but I was shocked at the conditions the non-war-criminal average citizens of Germany lived with during the Occupation of the Allies in Germany"

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 12.05.2012, 16:47:33 GMT+2
@Edith. Das ist ausgezeichnet! Congratulations Edith on your collaboration. I hope you`ll do well. I too have translated several books (from German to English) and I know what a challenge that can be. All the best.

Veröffentlicht am 12.05.2012, 23:16:21 GMT+2
Sometimes you just have to go All In
5 star thriller

Veröffentlicht am 24.05.2012, 02:59:01 GMT+2
AFW meint:
Hello there!

I'm an American author of a fantasy novel, The Universal Mirror. I've been noticing that my book seems to have sales here and would like to offer a few free copies to those who might do an honest review for the book on https://amazon.de. Do any of you have any advice on what threads I might post on for this?

All help is greatly appreciated!


Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 24.05.2012, 18:08:24 GMT+2
Cole Davis meint:
Hello, my author page can be found here- › Besuchen Sie die Seite von Cole J. Davis auf Amazon

My debut novel made #2 free in psychological thrillers on Amazon.de on May 20th, 2012. It made the top 50 in free science fiction in Britain, Italy, France and Spain.

The Ghost Wars von Cole J. Davis Kurzlink: The Ghost Wars (English Edition)

The Ghost Wars is a literary science fiction work focused on identity, diversity and the spiritual underpinnings of the nature of good and evil. Set in Vancouver, Canada; our protagonist RCN Captain Billington sees the world from a higher vantage point of a world in which money is no longer man's ruler, where the health of the planet and the body politic trump all.

Alternating between three interconnecting lives, Jason Bowen, Cole Billington and Cecil Smith each have their own individual experiences of being the outlier in their world. Jason's autistic neurology has found creative expression through the development of an intricately layered inner world. Cole's bicultural heritage as a despised alien species with a lifespan of five centuries gives him an inherent sense of how autistics view the world. Cole's war torn childhood on Garconer Colony has left him with his own dislocated inner aspects. Sucked up by a spatial-temporal gravity well; Cole was torn out of his own time and has been working with the Commonwealth Protection Bureau since its inception in nineteen ten. Born in nineteen hundred; Cecelia Smith began working at the CPB in nineteen twenty eight, going by the name Cecil. Cecil's life as a transgender man parallels Jason's own gender queer one.

The Ghost Wars aims to bring readers a new understanding of the issues surrounding gender variation, atypical neurology and spirituality with a futuristic twist. By utilizing a narrative dialogue reminiscent of Plato's 'Republic', characters discuss issues of gender identity, autistic neurology and the legitimacy of emerging Gnostic cults.

Edition 2 has an added time line of the Ghost Wars.

Veröffentlicht am 25.05.2012, 06:46:03 GMT+2
Roger Weston meint:
The Recruiter
#4 in UK Books > Crime, Thrillers

Veröffentlicht am 30.05.2012, 17:37:49 GMT+2
F Mundo meint:
New review for The Brubury Tales 3,10.
Nr. 5 in Englische Bücher > Belletristik > Lyrik > Epische Dichtung

"BRUBURY TALES by Frank Mundo features a magnificently clever central conceit, which in and of itself would merit attention. That is, he takes Chaucer's famed Canterbury Tales and uses that as the foundation for a poetic exegesis on modern-day Los Angeles. The faithfulness in which he pursues this track is commendable - it is fun to see how he draws his comparisons and takes his imaginative liberties - and also enjoyable are the insights he provides to the lives of the working-class security guard "Knights" who populate his tales. Mundo has himself worked as a security guard, as well as a journalist, and in this regard he reminds me of other working class scribes of the LA scene ... sort of like a Bukowski without the excess. Also notable are the many literary tips of the hat that Mundo includes throughout the text. On top of being an excellent read in and of itself, this book could be a great companion read for the classroom, to show students how they can use inspiration to fuel their own prose. Based on this, I look forward to see where Mundo's LA adventures and misadventures lead him next."

Veröffentlicht am 31.05.2012, 14:02:07 GMT+2
The Dancing Boy
When Tom Gillet returned to Afghanistan to search for the boy who saved his life, he was already aware that the boy had been sold into child sexual slavery. What happened next is stunning.
This is not a story about war, it is a story because of war.

Veröffentlicht am 31.05.2012, 23:38:10 GMT+2
life-impact meint:
Spiritual Impact: The Dimension of the Wonder of Being Human.

Veröffentlicht am 01.06.2012, 10:50:31 GMT+2
The Dancing Boy
If Shafiq hadn't shouted a warning Sgt Tom Gillet would have died. Instead, when the IED exploded he lost his right foot. Days later Shafiq's father was beheaded by the Taliban, his mother and sisters raped and shot as punishment for aiding the coalition forces. Shipped back to the UK and on the threshold of PTSD, Gillet discovers Shafiq has been sold into an Afghan cultural tradition known as `Bacha Bazi' child sex slavery, to an Afghan tribal warlord. Desperate for one last shot at action Gillet returns to Afghanistan as a civilian intent on searching for Shafiq and bringing him back to the UK. What happens next is stunning, and reveals a darker side of the Afghanistan conflict.
This book is not about war, it is because of war.
Not for the squeamish.

Veröffentlicht am 06.06.2012, 11:30:18 GMT+2
The Dancing Boy

The dark side of Afghanistan that few know of, stunning read.

Veröffentlicht am 08.06.2012, 19:19:28 GMT+2
Zuletzt vom Autor geändert am 08.06.2012, 19:20:36 GMT+2
Irma Fritz meint:
Mein Roman von einer deutschen Familie die nach USA eingewandert ist, ist jetzt auch als Taschenbuch erhältlich.
Irretrievably Broken ist die lustige und herzzerreißende fiktive Geschichte von Nora, Ruth und Bettina Adler. Alle drei haben ein Geheimnis das sie sich zum erstenmahl trauen sich einander zu erzählen auf einer Auto Reise durch ganz Amerika.

Veröffentlicht am 09.06.2012, 16:30:26 GMT+2
Hello anyone!
My name is David (Dave) Micheal Gill and I have written a book called "I can see you, I CAN SEE YOU!" ...but I am having problems uploading the photo on the cover of my book to Amazon, can anyone help please?

Veröffentlicht am 12.06.2012, 17:11:55 GMT+2
Gitah meint:
2 years ago, this is how i started typing my memories...

How we went about the schooling business was like this. Parents, or it should be said, mothers, had the task to determine when their sons or daughters should start their schooling. Fathers had more important things to take care of, like herding the flock or cultivating the family farm, so they let the mothers handle the less important things like bringing up children and enrolling then for school and such stuff. Teachers might think that the boy was too young, too old being unknown, but it lay squarely in the boy’s hands whether he was to be admitted or not, literally.
In the enrollment process, there would be a long queue of squabbling and sad-looking children of all shapes and sizes headed to the desk where the admitting teacher sat. Many of the children had been dragged kicking, biting and making as much fuss as they could in an attempt to demonstrate that they knew the right age when they should go to school and they were most certainly not at that age.
Upon coming to the dreaded desk, the trembling child, once he had the attention of the teacher, would instinctively lift his right hand, reach over his head and touch his left ear. He knew that should his hand make it to the target, the test had been passed, and he was ready to be enrolled at the school for the first class. The child who knows all too well what awaits him and is not too pleased at the school prospect contorts his face, giving an impression that he is the most honest one of them all, and even screws up an expression of pure effort and disappointment after his hand failed to make it the ear. Regretfully, this will not be his year, and he will just have to wait one more year, after which his hand will have achieved the required length to enable him to start school. So, the teacher would leave his desk and, taking hold of the one hand, pull it over the boy’s head, making the desired move for the child. The boy usually screamed to let the whole world know that the teacher, should he not stop his present activity, will tear his poor arm off. The teacher will give him a knowing smile and proceed with all calm. The boy does not know that he is dealing with an expert who, year after year, sees the same trick repeated over and over again. Eventually, and for the most part, the hand or a tip of the boy’s finger makes it to the top most part of the ear lobe and the test is passed. The fate of the child has been sealed, at least for the next eight or more years, should he complete primary school. Not many could say at the end of the eight or more years that they had fought the good fight, finished the race and kept the faith. As a matter of fact, I can say that three quarter of those who started in the first class did make it to the eighth class where a dreaded examination awaited which would determine whether the boy would make it for the next phase of overhauling: secondary school education.
Every boy knew about this admission procedure. It was a common knowledge that many prayers, made by boys who knew that they would be presented at the admitting desk for the coming year, had to do with their wanting their hands to remain short so to escape the dreaded fate. Many of these prayers seemed to go either unheard or when heard, unanswered. But like every boy will tell you, God helps those who help themselves. So, in addition to the prayers and to be on a safer side, further strategies were implemented to achieve the same goal. And so every year, there were a different set of recipes and measures, which when performed in the right sequence, would guarantee short hands. These included burying the arms deep in the earth for several hours, dipping the hands daily and every morning in ice cold water, smearing them with bitter herbs or fresh cow dung and so on. There was no end to such remedies, which had to reinvented and redefined almost every year after they had been tried by one group and found wanting. There was, however, one remedy that seemed constant and to which almost everybody stuck to: Not trying to see if one’s hands were long enough by administering to test to oneself. The brains behind this claimed that the attempt to see if one qualified for the test would be exercising the arms and encouraging growth. In consequence, this would produce results where none had been needed. Now that one thinks about it, there might have been some truth to this thinking.


Veröffentlicht am 13.06.2012, 16:25:13 GMT+2
Irma Fritz meint:
My novel Irretrievably Broken continues to be a popular pick in the Native American and Canadian literature categories in the U.S.
Nora, who became estranged from her family when she married a native Cree, recalls in lyrical detail her solo wilderness trek to the bush country of northern Saskatchewan where her senses were opened by nature and where she met and married Max. Nora's mother, caustic and wry Ruth is the thorn in her daughter's side. When Nora's niece Bettina, arrives from Germany, they go on a cross-country road trip. During their travels we learn the secrets all three have kept from each other.
#71 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Nonfiction > History > Americas > Native American
#81 in Books > History > Americas > Canada
#96 in Books > Literature & Fiction > United States > Native American
Jetzt auch als Taschenbuch erhältlich!
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