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“   HN Books is now offering,” Send The Word”. The Allies and Germany square off for the final Armageddon. Gil Martin and Paul & his wife Shannon Tunney Keller, the “saviors of New York” from Over Here, struggle to secure victory. But at what cost? On the Western Front, Martin & Keller do not know who is more treacherous: the German army or supposed friends. During the American advance, a cunning assassin emerges to threaten General Pershing. In the final days of the war, Martin & Keller battle through the formidable German defenses in the Meuse-Argonne. Taking it will be ghastly. For Martin, pledged to keep his brave friend Keller alive, the story becomes a personal struggle of sacrifice, loss of faith, and despair. In New York, Shannon wonders if she is a wife or widow. She uncovers a conspiracy to help Germany win the war but gets trapped between scheming rivals, opportunistic adventurers, and righteous patriots. Through it all, each will face betrayal, bewildering obstacles, and certain death.   “

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HN Books is now offering,” Over Here” . Over Here promises a suspense thriller, well founded in historical fact. Over Here draws parallels with 9/11 and other events in the contemporary war on terror, while describing crucial but little-known aspects of U.S. involvement in World War One.

World War I explodes onto the streets of New York in Over Here, an historical thriller by James Hockenberry. SERGEANT GIL MARTIN of the city’s elite Bomb Squad battles an extensive and well-financed German clandestine war designed to stop the flow of American goods and money to the Allies. His main adversary is DANIE CAARSENS, a former Boer weapons and explosives expert whose remaining purpose in life is revenge against his old enemy Great Britain. Caught between them is the pacifist German-American businessman, JOHN WITTIG, whose inside knowledge of Morgan Bank secrets is coveted by German agents.

Action moves from New York Harbor and across Manhattan to the power centers of Washington and Berlin. The stakes mount when German saboteurs bomb American munitions ships and factories. Meanwhile, Caarsens foments labor unrest among African-American workers, operates a German-financed company that disrupts the U.S. munitions industry, and attempts to assassinate a prominent government official. His greatest success occurs when he blows up Black Tom Island, a major munitions depot behind the Statue of Liberty. The action culminates as Caarsens attacks Wall Street with bombs and poison gas in a desperate attempt to destroy and terrorize America’s financial center, with Martin hot on his heels.

German saboteurs actually destroyed Black Tom Island on July 30, 1916 in an explosion that reached 5.5 on the Richter Scale. It was the largest terrorist attack by foreign agents on U.S. soil before the tragedy of 9/11. Well founded in historical fact, Over Here draws parallels with 9/11 and other events in the contemporary war on terror, while describing crucial but little-known aspects of U.S. involvement in World War I.


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