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Description - 99 Sycamore Place by Norman Bogner

On stage, with her angelic face and red hair swept into a French twist, Rebecca Benjamin appears younger than her 22 years, but her talent as a concert pianist has been developed beyond her years and her music charms audiences throughout Europe. As the story opens, Rebecca is about to leave the home she shares with her grandmother in Vienna and travel to Los Angeles for her sister Miriam's wedding. But in LA, as Miriam is planning for her extravagant and traditional wedding, there is a neo-Nazi group residing in a compound they call "Winterhaven" that has plans of their own for the young bride. The group's leader, Magnus, who was once a member of Hitler's inner circle, now in his old age has dreams of a new and more powerful Nazi regime.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781883283605
ISBN-10: 1883283604
Format: Paperback
(155mm x 230mm x 22mm)
Pages: 386
Imprint: Brick Tower Press
Publisher: Brick Tower Press
Publish Date: 1-Apr-2009
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Norman Bogner

Norman Bogner lived in Europe for 14 years. During this period, he worked at the publishing house Jonathan Cape as an editor. He was subsequently appointed Editorial Manager. Among the many authors he edited were John Fowles, Edna O'Brien, Ronald Harwood, Arnold Wesker, C Day Lewis, and A W Lawrence (T E Lawrence's brother). He also edited Derek Walcott's first volume of poetry, two novels by Claude Simon, and Alan Paton's book of short stories, Debbie Go Home. These three gentlemen eventually won Nobel Prizes for Literature.