WWII rages brutally across the oceans, and the city previously known as Berlin in Canada is shaken by a series of murders that seem to indicate a racial and political vendetta by a communist killer.
Decades later, a seemingly harmless diary comes to light, revealing the true nature of the tragedy and the profound pain that prompted the real murderer to avenge the forgotten victims of the war.
The hymns of allegiance of the killer elicit intensely conflicting feelings in the mind of the accidental reader, and yet, a firm devotion to correct the evils of war and sexism is instilled in his brain and in his conscience.
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About the Author
Karmel Arbelaitz, an engineer with a deep humanistic vein, is a Colombian-Canadian with a passion for story telling. With two more books in progress, he favors subjects on women values, heroics, and their role in society. He lives with his wife Magnolia and their three children in Burlington, Ontario.
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