Logan Hunt is lucky. Despite living during one of America's worst economic depressions, with the world teetering on the brink of war, he has a wonderful wife, a bouncing baby, and a good job in the budding field of public relations. All things considered, he couldn't ask for much more.
Then his boss drops a file on his desk-a new account from overseas. The organization is concerned about its negative image in the US media and wants to do something about it. The file has a unique symbol on its cover...a swastika!
Now, Logan is facing luck of a different kind, as he realizes that in order to keep feeding his family, he must take it upon himself to promote the Nazis. At first, it doesn't seem too bad. It's 1933, and Hitler hasn't risen to power yet. Germany is still a democracy, after all. But the growing pile of anti-Semitism and his being asked to mediate between the American Nazi Party and the Jewish population creates increasing moral conflict.
How far can Logan go before he must put his family's livelihood at risk and quit?
Is it already too late?
Based on a true incident.
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About the Author
Larry Roth earned a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of South Carolina and went on to work in public relations for over thirty years. He has written for a number of trade publications and recently won the third place Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award for 2014.
Roth lives in Freehold, New Jersey and has three daughters.