Einstein's Daughter: The Story of Lieserl

Einstein's Daughter: The Story of Lieserl

by Chris Vuille

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Einstein's Daughter: The Story of Lieserl by Chris Vuille

After Lieserl Meier, a beautiful physicist working on Germany's atomic bomb project, discovers she's not only Jewish, but the illegitimate daughter of Einstein, her life begins to rapidly unravel. First the Gestapo throws her mother in a concentration camp, and then a Nazi admiral, who knows her secret, plots to acquire her as his mistress. Meanwhile a secret agent working for British intelligence stalks her, with orders to kill her if she it turns out she knows how to build an atomic bomb. Threatened from all quarters, she struggles to find a way to free her mother and safely escape war-ravaged Germany. Meticulously researched by the author, the story takes the reader from the Nazi death camps to Stalingrad and from the elbow of Adolf Hitler in his mountain retreat to the greatest naval chase of all time.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781491267745
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/09/2013
Pages: 238
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Chris Vuille is a physicist and writer who has published textbooks, articles, books of fiction and non-fiction, and scientific papers in a number of areas, including general relativity, quantum theory, mathematical physics, and astrophysics. Einstein's Daughter was inspired by the relatively recent discovery, in letters found in his son's estate, that Einstein had a daughter out of wedlock, although her fate has not been determined. Einstein's Daughter is a fictionalized account of her life during the turbulent times of World War II in Nazi Germany.

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