No one can predict the future. Julian certainly couldn't. Still, as Paul "PC" Roman sees his grandmother unexpectedly at an Antwerp hotel, he can't help but think this is what she wished for. He's well-connected, happy, and wealthy, and his entire family shares in his success. Julian has every right to be proud of her grandson.
It turns out that PC doesn't know his grandmother at all. First, he sees her having dinner with a mysterious man. She brushes off the encounter, but PC begins to feel that something has brought Julian to Antwerp-something important.
His instincts prove correct when Julian is found brutally beaten. The identity of her attacker lies hidden in her past. As PC digs deeper, he discovers Julian's connection with the Soviet Union's KGB and her role in World War II. Julian isn't just PC's grandmother-she was a highly decorated and disciplined Soviet assassin tasked with hunting down the fleeing Nazis. The choices she made as she went about her important, but grisly, mission led to unimaginable repercussions in her future that affect not only her but everyone in PC's family.
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About the Author
Peter Wev lives with his partner, Marianna, in Hereford, Arizona, where he devotes his time to writing historical fiction. His first book, Julius Caesar's Centurion, tells the story of a Roman centurion during the Gallic War. Wev is currently hard at work on a sequel.
Wev spent his career in the banking working in portfolio management. Now retired, he serves as a volunteer arbitrator for the Cochise County Court and as Treasurer of the annual Cochise Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering, which celebrates life in the American West, past and present.