Jack Goodwin is a savvy CIA agent oozing with charisma, yet saddled with baggage. Haunted by a dark past for fifteen years, Jack finally reveals all to his daughter, Eleanor.
As an OSS agent during the war, Jack had been involved in a series of near-death engagements, from failed sorties and secret missions, to a horrifying encounter with Auschwitz, to having met and married Eleanor’s mother, Veronika.
But the flames of passion had died when a prying Waffen SS officer, Alois Richter, entered the fray. With an amorous eye for Jack’s bride and a suspicious plea to join the OSS, Alois had sent Jack’s world into a catastrophic tailspin with tragic results.
Fueled with revenge, father and daughter join forces to hunt down his long-time nemesis. But when disturbing evidence arises, Eleanor is forced to reevaluate the mission, as intrigue, murder, and suspense abound, leading to a climatic face-off that reaches unexpected and terrifying heights.
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Rich DiSilvio is an award-winning author of thrillers/mysteries, historical fiction and non-fiction. He has written articles for magazines and newspapers on the topics of history, art, music, politics, the military, architecture and more, in addition to a number of books, such as:
“My Nazi Nemesis” – a historical thriller.
“A Blazing Gilded Age” – a historical novel.
“Liszt’s Dante Symphony” – an historical mystery/thriller.
“The Winds of Time” – a non-fictional study of the titans who shaped Western civilization.
“Hatred & Integrity” – two short tales of historical fiction
“Tales of Titans, Vol. 1” – non-fiction & historical fiction
“Tales of Titans, Vol. 2” – non-fiction & historical fiction
“Tales of Titans, Vol. 3” – non-fiction & historical fiction
And two YA children’s books.
Rich’s work in the entertainment industry includes developing creative assets for films and documentaries, such as James Cameron’s “The Lost Tomb of Jesus,” “Operation Valkyrie,” “The War Zone series,” “Return to Kirkuk,” “Killing Hitler,” “Tracey Ullman’s State of the Union,” “Monty Python: Almost the Truth,” “Blood Ties,” “Celebrity Mole,” and many others.
DiSilvio’s artwork and designs have adorned numerous albums, ads and animations for music legends, including Pink Floyd, Yes, Moody Blues, Cher, Rolling Stones, Elton John, Madonna, Sheryl Crow, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Jay-Z, Alice Cooper, Black Sabbath, Captain and Tennille and numerous others.
As a programmer/designer, Rich conceived and developed the Autism Academy software in 1999, the first interactive learning application for Special Ed. staff and parents on how to learn Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). It was lauded by Special Education PhDs and teachers nationwide and was featured in Newsday.
Rich lives in New York with his wife and has four children.