When at a prisoner of war camp at Fort Niagara, New York, a German Intelligence officer observes a lack of allegiance to country and Hitler's Nazism, he has serious reservations about the integrity of his three cell mates. What matters most is their apparent disregard to fulfill obligations. To prove their honor and their ability to commit, they vow to return in the year 2000, to Western New York, to this historic location.
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About the Author
William Sass has published four books. Novels: Lilli La Rosiere, Margi's Vision and other Sightless Tales, and 14 Days China and a How to Book entitles My Child the Author. The author travels widely; the basis of two of his past novels. The fantasy, Margi's Vision, was written with an insight to sight and diseases of the eye. The author has personal experiences with POWs following WWII. The writer is an Ophthalmologist.