Sandy`s life swung out of its hinges on 9/11. Her father was killed in the rubbles of WTC. She joins the Secret Service to fight terrorism. Her way leads to Europe, where Al Qaeda plans a terrible attack against a nuclear power plant. During her investigations she meets some German cabdrivers and makes friends with them. They try to thwart the plan of the terrorists. The friends experience together many dangerous situations. Some of them are captured by terrorists and finally seem to be on the threshold of death.
The story has many dramatic escalations and unexpected turns. The reader can enjoy exciting entertainment, but gets the impetus for thoughtful consideration too. Sandy´s development leads her to deep truth: Whoever kills the innocent, kills his own soul.
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Born into the aftermath of World War II in Dortmund, Germany, Lothar Birkner
earned a Masters in Philosophy at Münster College and studied Theology.
After a successful career as a head Accountant for a public trading company his employment was terminated because he refused to trick fellow employees out of their severance pay
Birkner’s loss of fortune led to a stint as a taxi driver and his first book, “God is Silent,” a fiction about the human condition entwined with today’s war on terrorism, inspired by several events in recent past. It’s a thriller about things that could happen every day, but it’s a message too, that hatred is never the right way and there is no order of God to fight each other.