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THE ANGEL OF AMSTERDAM, set in Nazi-occupied Holland, is a story of betrayal and honor, of diamonds and deceit; of a young Jew finding revenge with the help of a German colonel; of a fishmonger who buys time by selling souls including his own; and of a life which two people never expected to find in the midst of a land of death.
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The Angel of Amsterdam

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Overview

THE ANGEL OF AMSTERDAM, set in Nazi-occupied Holland, is a story of betrayal and honor, of diamonds and deceit; of a young Jew finding revenge with the help of a German colonel; of a fishmonger who buys time by selling souls including his own; and of a life which two people never expected to find in the midst of a land of death.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013545519
  • Publisher: Strohlein Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/28/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,167,713
  • File size: 365 KB

Meet the Author

I began writing in earnest (and in grammar school) and won the Pulitzer Prize for Literature (fiction & fantasy) for the sentence you've just read!

Seriously, I did begin at an early age and have continued to write complete sentences (such as this one you've just read).

Beyond that, I was a contributing editor for Biomedical Communications (NY) which published "The Management of 35-mm Medical Slides". One hundred short stories followed along with four novels: "The Angel of Amsterdam," "The Programmer," "It's a Bungle Out There!" and "The Valley of Tears." All of these have been based on real-life experiences which have allowed me to vent on such topics as the Nazi Occupation of Holland, computer crime, bureaucracies and an inglorious attempt to subdue Nature which didn't want to be subdued.

I'd write more but I don't have much time while sitting in front of the mail box waiting for my Pulitzer notice.
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