Secret Betrayal: A Novel of War and Passion

Secret Betrayal: A Novel of War and Passion

by Michael Williamson

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Overview

The desperate act of a young girl, on the cusp of womanhood, to lose herself in the mean streets and cabarets of 1930s Berlin, and years later, the disappearance of a key American general shortly before D-Day in 1944 are links in an ingenious plot to gain the secrets of the Allied invasion.

Through a series of traumatic events Reichsletter Martin Bormann, the man more than any other that truly ran the German government toward the end of World War II, sets in motion a deadly gambit that ricochets across half the world and gains Bormann possession of the Normandy invasion plans. In the double dealing, back stabbing chaos that was the Nazi inner circle, this climactic information is the currency that will buy Bormann the one thing that he has desired above all others: the right to be the next Fuhrer.

So unfolds the dynamic pages of Secret Betrayal. This novel is a testament to the redemptive power of love, the evolutionary power of kundalini yoga and the war within a war waged by Reichsletter Martin Bormann and Reichsfuhrer Heinrich Himmler for the mind of and influence over Adolf Hitler.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150636361
Publisher: Experion Institute Inc
Publication date: 10/30/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Soon after publication of his first book, The Dream of the Fathers, in 2006, Michael Williamson set to work on Secret Betrayal. Not one to allow the rich, green grass of Bozeman, Montana to grow under his feet, he is currently involved in the creation of a four novel series of books entitled, Now Is Forever. The first of these, Now is Forever - Indochina, is slated for publication in the fall of 2015.
A product of Southern California, Williamson discovered the beauty of Montana's people and landscapes more than twenty years ago. Today, he splits his time between ranching, writing and fly-fishing. An intrepid traveler, he uses his firsthand knowledge of the world to give his writing and locales a realism that draws the reader into the textural web he weaves around some of our world's most historic events.

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