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Blood Orange Blossom By Paul Richard Sully
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From the Holocaust was built a resolve that the Jews would establish their Homeland in what was then known as Palestine. Originally held under the Ottoman Empire and promised to them through the... More > Balfour Declaration, the Jews fought with cunning, terror and diplomacy to rid Palestine of the British Mandate. Blood Orange Blossom, fourth book in the Tree of Faith series, traces the conflict through the eyes of five characters, each playing a unique and linked role in Israel’s creation. In biblical dimension, they represent Daniel, Abraham and Noah and each character shares a very different destiny within the actual struggle of this monumental event.< Less
Fallen Beech By Paul Richard Sully
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Like his revered British Empire, Matthew Dixon's life collapses on the eve of Shanghai's occupation. An ill-fated affair with Judith and general disillusion left him dangerously unprepared for the... More > conflict. His response is homicidal. So much so, his CO removes him from combat duty and assigns him POW duties. Through this, Matthew finds himself influenced by sinister elements of the Nazi philosophy and particularly the twisted mentality of former SS member Lukas Armbrecht. Matthew's story unfolds in a drama to rival his beloved Pagan myth. We perceive it through the discovery of diaries by his grandson. Explaining an eccentric character, his grandfather is revealed as a questionable hero. The revelations turn upside down Jeremy’s own assumptions on his family and leave behind unanswered questions. As the third book in his Tree of Faith series, Sully  investigates the influence of Paganism on the WWII conflict.< Less
Whispering Birches By Paul Richard Sully
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A set of tales from both inmate and guard, Whispering Birches relates their experience of the murderous Auschwitz camp. The story recounts SS guard Kristian Wolff's increasing realization of the... More > camp's evil. Provoked by feelings for Elena Prikaznova, a Jewess who sang her way into his heart, he increasingly treats the inmates as a family to protect. Despite original repugnance, Elena relents to desire in the face of Kristian's acts of compassion and bravery, including the dramatic rescue of her sister. Through fraternization, Kristian is increasingly under Gestapo scrutiny and their outcome is uncertain. Whispering Birches uncovers the harrowing reality of the camp, whilst providing human insight into this epic struggle.< Less
Blood Orange Blossom By Paul Richard Sully
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From the Holocaust was built a resolve that the Jews would establish their Homeland in what was then known as Palestine. Originally held under the Ottoman Empire and promised to them through the... More > Balfour Declaration, the Jews fought with cunning, terror and diplomacy to rid Palestine of the British Mandate. Blood Orange Blossom, fourth book in the Tree of Faith series, traces the conflict through the eyes of five characters, each playing a unique and linked role in Israel’s creation. In biblical dimension, they represent Daniel, Abraham and Noah and each character shares a very different destiny within the actual struggle of this monumental event.< Less
Cursèd Bloom By Paul Richard Sully
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Paul meets Virginie by chance encounter in a Geneva street, pursued by an apparently drugged man. The girl claims that the man is acting odd and they are scared. Not noted for his bravery, Paul calls... More > the police. Despite his warnings and the distant siren, the Greek man shows Paul his passport and only leaves at the last moment when the police arrive. With the stranger gone, the gallant escorts his refugees to safety. In doing so he innocently sets off a romance, a liaison over which he quickly finds out that he has limited control. Virginie proves no ordinary passer-by. She carries a burden that has its source in a surreal world, one where Catholic and Protestant battled and magic mixed in a world so foreign to Paul’s realism. Paul and Virginie each pursue their romantic notions and both have opposing motives that meet in love. The seemingly chance encounter pushes Paul along a path of change from which he will not return.< Less
Blood Orange Blossom By Paul Richard Sully
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From the Holocaust was built a resolve that the Jews would establish their Homeland in what was then known as Palestine. Originally held under the Ottoman Empire and promised to them through the... More > Balfour Declaration, the Jews fought with cunning, terror and diplomacy to rid Palestine of the British Mandate. Blood Orange Blossom, fourth book in the Tree of Faith series, traces the conflict through the eyes of five characters, each playing a unique and linked role in Israel’s creation. In biblical dimension, they represent Daniel, Abraham and Noah and each character shares a very different destiny within the actual struggle of this monumental event.< Less
Fallen Beech By Paul Richard Sully
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Like his revered British Empire, Matthew Dixon's life collapses on the eve of Shanghai's occupation. An ill-fated affair with Judith and general disillusion left him dangerously unprepared for the... More > conflict. His response is homicidal. So much so, his CO removes him from combat duty and assigns him POW duties. Through this, Matthew finds himself influenced by sinister elements of the Nazi philosophy and particularly the twisted mentality of former SS member Lukas Armbrecht. Matthew's story unfolds in a drama to rival his beloved Pagan myth. We perceive it through the discovery of diaries by his grandson. Explaining an eccentric character, his grandfather is revealed as a questionable hero. The revelations turn upside down Jeremy’s own assumptions on his family and leave behind unanswered questions. As the third book in his Tree of Faith series, Sully investigates the influence of Paganism on the WWII conflict.< Less
Whispering Birches By Paul Richard Sully
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A set of tales from both inmate and guard, Whispering Birches relates their experience of the murderous Auschwitz camp. The story recounts SS guard Kristian Wolff's increasing realization of the... More > camp's evil. Provoked by feelings for Elena Prikaznova, a Jewess who sang her way into his heart, he increasingly treats the inmates as a family to protect. Despite original repugnance, Elena relents to desire in the face of Kristian's acts of compassion and bravery, including the dramatic rescue of her sister. Through fraternization, Kristian is increasingly under Gestapo scrutiny and their outcome is uncertain. Whispering Birches uncovers the harrowing reality of the camp, whilst providing human insight into this epic struggle.< Less
Fallen Beech By Paul Richard Sully
eBook (ePub): $6.47
Like his revered British Empire, Matthew Dixon's life collapses on the eve of Shanghai's occupation. An ill-fated affair with Judith and general disillusion left him dangerously unprepared for the... More > conflict. His response is homicidal. So much so, his CO removes him from combat duty and assigns him POW duties. Through this, Matthew finds himself influenced by sinister elements of the Nazi philosophy and particularly the twisted mentality of former SS member Lukas Armbrecht. Matthew's story unfolds in a drama to rival his beloved Pagan myth. We perceive it through the discovery of diaries by his grandson. Explaining an eccentric character, his grandfather is revealed as a questionable hero. The revelations turn upside down Jeremy’s own assumptions on his family and leave behind unanswered questions. As the third book in his Tree of Faith series, Sully investigates the influence of Paganism on the WWII conflict.< Less
Whispering Birches By Paul Richard Sully
eBook (ePub): $6.48
A set of tales from both inmate and guard, Whispering Birches relates their experience of the murderous Auschwitz camp. The story recounts SS guard Kristian Wolff's increasing realization of the... More > camp's evil. Provoked by feelings for Elena Prikaznova, a Jewess who sang her way into his heart, he increasingly treats the inmates as a family to protect. Despite original repugnance, Elena relents to desire in the face of Kristian's acts of compassion and bravery, including the dramatic rescue of her sister. Through fraternization, Kristian is increasingly under Gestapo scrutiny and their outcome is uncertain. Whispering Birches uncovers the harrowing reality of the camp, whilst providing human insight into this epic struggle.< Less