Double Author Event
Come meet two authors! Meet William Grayson, author of Delaware's Ghost Towers and At Least I Know I'm Free. You can also meet Bob Ackerman, author of Saskett's Escape and The Doppelganger Project.
At Least I Know I'm Free
Military Historian Bill Grayson, a seasoned Intelligence, Counterintelligence, and Homeland Security Analyst takes a new look at the run-up to World War II from a fresh viewpoint. In At Least I Know I'm Free, Grayson asks a provocative question -- and suggests a sobering answer: What if a frightened, anti-war American Nation, unwilling to sacrifice, declined to fight back after Pearl Harbor and elected a government firmly pledged to "keep us out of war?" Could undamaged, unrestrained Germany and Japan have conquered all of Europe and Asia and then interfered in the U.S. to the point that cherished American freedoms were lost?
Wrapped in a suspenseful, fast-paced novel, At Least I Know I'm Free combines real world history with believable fiction, suggesting how very different our world might be today, if key decisions which could have gone another way actually did go another way. For terrorism-wary Americans with a deja vu sense of reliving the 1930s, At Least I Know I'm Free is a compelling read.
The Doppelganger Project
The year is 1941 and history is taking a dark turn. Nearly all of Europe is under Hitler's boot, and England alone stands as a flickering candle in the face of a Nazi storm. On the other side of the ocean, the United States had wanted no part in the conflict, save for one man: Franklin D. Roosevelt. He and Winston Churchill arrange a clandestine meeting aboard a ship off Nova Scotia.
When Jeff Williams, a US Navy lieutenant, is assigned to join Colin Henricks, a British Navy lieutenant, and specialist Kerra Dawes, as a German Enigma code interpreter at Bletchley Park in England, he begins to uncover information that could bring the world to its knees.
Can they decipher the nefarious plot codenamed "the Doppelganger Project" in time to stop the Nazis?
This intriguing "what if" retelling of WWII will keep you guessing until the final page.