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Sinopsis: Oskar s Diary is a tale of factual historical events combined with an intriguing fictional plot. From vivid and disturbing recollections of those that lived through it, the Second World War is graphically brought to life through the eyes of two families embroiled in world changing events beyond their control. In the aftermath both have a son born on the same day in 1946. When one discovers archaeologist Oskar Falkenberg s hidden diary, their worlds are destined to collide. Powerful forces which will stop at nothing are unleashed to recover the Diary before its secret is exposed, the shocking story behind the greatest deception the world has ever known. Hans J. Hinze delivers a powerful, mind opening novel that unfolds against a canvas of human history from the origins of life on earth to the predicted end of days, a story of spiritual and historic truth usurped by deceit, murder and war, a fascinating and emotional tale that will challenge the imagination until the final page.
About the Author: The author was born in Cologne, Germany, in 1946, the progeny of a West German mother and an East German father who met during the war. In 1954 the family moved to Melbourne, Australia, where he became in turn a sportsman, a salesman, a marketing executive and then a businessman. Oskar s Diary is his first Novel. With his English wife, he spends his time between Australia and the United Kingdom.
Título: Oskar's Diary
Editorial: Olympia Publishers
Condición del libro: GOOD
Descripción Olympia Publishers. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 691 pages. 9.37x6.30x2.20 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería 1848970781