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My Enemy's Child: WW-II Romantic Adventure Espionage Set in Scandinavia. Love Between Enemies United By a Child Bound for the Concentration Camps - A Novel {FIRST EDITION}

Revelle, Gerald R.

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ISBN 10: 0978985400 / ISBN 13: 9780978985400
Published by Smultron Productions, Elk Mound, Wisconsin, 2007
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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"A Swedish-American pilot. Alex suffers battle fatigue after joining the RAF to fight in the Battle of Britain. British High Command and the exiled Norwegian government in England, recruit him to operate as a neutral Swedish airline pilot. Freely circulating in Europe, he falls in love with Greta, a beautiful Nazi operating in Norway. Greta's has a child by an SS officer as a part of Himmler's Lebensborn Project. The infant was taken for adoption, her SS lover goes to the Russian fron and Greta leads a recruiting effort in Scandinavia for Lebensborn, tempting young women to bear Arian children. Already beginning to doubt the project's ethical worth, Greta learns her lover has been executed, having been half Jewish. Now their Jewish daughter will likely be moved and sent east. Greta writes Alex that she's going into Germany to bring out her child and promptly vanishes. Fraught with worry, Alex enters Germany. After a fruitless search Alex fears Greta is a victim of Allied bombing, Alex begins looking for her daughter in hopes of finding Greta." This book has 612 pages. The book is a SIGNED AND DATED PRESENTATION copy from the author, Gerald R. Revelle. Bookseller Inventory # 062407

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Title: My Enemy's Child: WW-II Romantic Adventure ...

Publisher: Smultron Productions, Elk Mound, Wisconsin

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Pictorial Softcover

Book Condition:Fine

Edition: First Edition

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Robert Johnson is an American whose mother is of Swedish descent. When his father dies, Robert's brought up by his uncle Jesse, who owns a one-plane, crop-dusting service.But WW-II is heating up in 1938 and Robert is burning to go, though America is still two years away from Pearl Harbor and entrance into the war.

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WW-II Scandinavian espionage in neutral Sweden is a unique subject for this romantic adventure. Alex, a Swedish-American joins the RAF to fight in the Battle of Britain. Months of air combat leave him a hero near emotional collapse. British High Command and a princess from the exiled Norwegian Crown recruit him in an under cover plot to pose as a neutral Swedish airline pilot, able to circulate freely throughout Europe. The emotional struggle of a beautiful Nazi between her duty and conscience takes Greta throughout wartime Scandinavia and Europe as she witnesses the horror of the Third Reich’s programs toward young women, as the Allies methodically devastate her beloved Germany, from the air. By 1939 Alex is now on critical assignment and finally feeling he can hold his own again. The last thing he needs is to fall in love with Greta, a beautiful, blond Nazi. She’s had a child by an SS officer who’s executed when his Jewish heritage is discovered. The child was adopted to an unknown family as part of Himmler’s Lebensborn Project. Now the authorities want the child eradicated. Learning her daughter is bound for the death camps, Greta abandons her new love, Alex and rushes to Germany, before her SS peers can, to locate her daughter. As Alex’s bomber squadron climbs over the English Channel...tonight’s target, Cologne, in the cockpit, Alex opens Greta’s last letter and learns she’s gone to Cologne to search for her child’s adopted parents, hoping to steal the child away from them. After the bombing, hearing nothing from Greta for weeks, Alex is distraught. Fearing her injured or dead, Alex steals into Germany to find Greta and her child to bring them out alive. Alex and Greta miss meeting by only days. Unable to find Greta, Alex seeks out the child and is overwhelmed by the warmth of the local civilians, who quickly overcome his reluctance to carry the child back to hiding at his cousin’s farm in neutral Sweden. Beginning a journey in an ancient Merceds, two old civilians, the child and Alex deceive their way through Germany and Denmark. They bribe a Norwegian smuggler captain to carry Alex and the child to Sweden. Arriving in a blizzard, the Norwegian has only a small sailboat. Fearing for their lives, they board a small dinghy and row into the darkness, the adventure begins, with the Gestapo close behind.

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