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Jason K. Foster on Tour: Hadamar: The House of Shudders

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Jason K. Foster

on tour

December 2-27

with

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Hadamar:
The House of Shudders

(YA- Historical Fiction)
Based on true events

 Release date: June 1, 2019
at Big Sky Publishing

370  pages

Website | Goodreads

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SYNOPSIS

Nazi Germany is ruled by Hitler’s barbaric policies of racial cleansing. Ingrid Marchand’s only sin was to be born black. Horrifying institutions like Hadamar are where the undesirables – including the mentally and physically disabled and children – are systematically tortured, gassed and executed. It is where Ingrid is humiliated and brutalised and will encounter a depth of hatred the world has never seen before.
On the brink of starvation, can Ingrid survive the horrors of her incarceration and help bring her tormentors to justice?
Hadamar is a gripping tale of survival in a world of hatred, horror and insanity.

 

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this YA book
and are able to post your review
or a spotlight
on YOUR blog
on one of these days,
December 2-27
please fill in this quick form here below.
ONLY 6 print copies available if you live outside Australia,
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

Hadamar - Jason K FosterJason K. Foster
is an author, poet, freelance journalist and high school teacher.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Communications)
and Graduate Diploma in Teaching from WSU
as well as a Master of Arts (History) from Macquarie University
and a Diploma in Spanish from Macquarie University.
Jason is widely travelled having spent time in five continents and over fifty countries.
He has taught in Australia, the United Kingdom, Spain and Argentina;
experiences that bring a distinct range and unique world view to his writing.
He has published ten books in the true crime and historical narratives genres.
He has also been published the world over
with his work appearing in a range of mediums
from History magazines in the United States to Australian travel magazines
to Poetry Anthologies in the United Kingdom.

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The Morgenstern Project: tour quotations

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David Khara,

author of

The Bleiberg Project,
The Shiro Project

presented on France Book Tours,
is coming back with his latest thriller!

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Author David Khara

on Tour

April 6-25

with

The Morgenstern Project

The Morgenstern Project

(thriller)

(translated by Sophie Weiner)

 Release date: April 9, 2015
at Le French Book

260 pages

ISBN: 978-1939474353

Website | Goodreads

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SYNOPSIS

Past and present collide. When you kill a legend, it becomes inspiration, and you can’t kill inspiration. Jeremy Corbin and Jacqueline Walls lead a calm life in a New Jersey suburb, when one day everything changes. Eytan Morgenstern returns to save them, and this improbably team must take on the Consortium, leading them on an epic journey from London to Tel-Aviv, from the Polish forests to Manhattan high-rises, from the shameful past to the threatening future. After a lifetime of bringing Nazi war criminals to justice, the Mossad operative is once again fighting those who wish to study his superhuman body. The self-sacrificing secret agent must rely on the help of his friends to finally free himself of the physical and emotional scars of his past.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Shiro project David KharaFrench author David Khara, a former journalist,
top-level sportsman, and entrepreneur,
is a full-time writer.
Khara wrote his first novel—a vampire thriller—in 2010,
before starting his Consortium thriller series.
The first thriller in the series, The Bleiberg Project,
was an instant success in France,
catapulting Khara into the ranks of the country’s top thriller writers.

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 ABOUT THE TRANSLATOR

Sophie Weiner is a freelance translator and book publishing assistant from Baltimore, Maryland. After earning degrees in French from Bucknell University and New York University, Sophie went on to complete a master’s in literary translation from the Sorbonne, where she focused her thesis on translating wordplay in works by Oulipo authors. She has translated and written for web-based companies dedicated to art, cinema, and fashion as well as for nonprofit organizations. Growing up with Babar, Madeline, and The Little Prince, Sophie was bitten by the Francophile bug at an early age, and is fortunate enough to have lived in Paris, Lille, and the Loire Valley.
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TOUR QUOTATIONS

The Discerning Reader

Khara never disappoints with plenty of action, enthralling thrill aspect, carnage with well timed insertions of humor. His narratives are gripping and hold your attention until the very end.
Quite an emotional read, proportionate in all areas.

Musings of a Writer & Unabashed Francophile

I absolutely could not wait to get my hands on this book. I’d already devoured the other two books in the series.
This book is a fantastic thriller, and not to be missed.

Lady Techie’s Book Musings

The Morgenstern Project is the best of the series so far. As far as I can tell the series grows in character development, story development and David Khara, the author, grows in writing, story and character development skills as well.

Libri Amori Miei

It ‘s a thriller adventurous and exciting, full of twists, suspense and mystery. It ‘s very well written, with a style and a language simple and essential.
I recommend it to those who love thrillers and novels full of action and adventure.

Deal Sharing Aunt

This is a fast paced thriller that kept me reading.
I can not wait to read more from this series.

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Giveaway winners: The Morgenstern Project

The Morgenstern Project winnerswon a copy of

The Morgenstern Project

The Morgenstern Project

(thriller)

(translated by Sophie Weiner)

 Release date: April 9, 2015
at Le French Book

260 pages

ISBN: 978-1939474353

Website | Goodreads

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SYNOPSIS

Past and present collide. When you kill a legend, it becomes inspiration, and you can’t kill inspiration. Jeremy Corbin and Jacqueline Walls lead a calm life in a New Jersey suburb, when one day everything changes. Eytan Morgenstern returns to save them, and this improbably team must take on the Consortium, leading them on an epic journey from London to Tel-Aviv, from the Polish forests to Manhattan high-rises, from the shameful past to the threatening future. After a lifetime of bringing Nazi war criminals to justice, the Mossad operative is once again fighting those who wish to study his superhuman body. The self-sacrificing secret agent must rely on the help of his friends to finally free himself of the physical and emotional scars of his past.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Shiro project David KharaFrench author David Khara, a former journalist,
top-level sportsman, and entrepreneur,
is a full-time writer.
Khara wrote his first novel—a vampire thriller—in 2010,
before starting his Consortium thriller series.
The first thriller in the series, The Bleiberg Project,
was an instant success in France,
catapulting Khara into the ranks of the country’s top thriller writers.

Follow David Khara on Twitter
Le French Book on Twitter  | Facebook
Sign up to receive their latest news and deals

 ABOUT THE TRANSLATOR

Sophie Weiner is a freelance translator and book publishing assistant from Baltimore, Maryland. After earning degrees in French from Bucknell University and New York University, Sophie went on to complete a master’s in literary translation from the Sorbonne, where she focused her thesis on translating wordplay in works by Oulipo authors. She has translated and written for web-based companies dedicated to art, cinema, and fashion as well as for nonprofit organizations. Growing up with Babar, Madeline, and The Little Prince, Sophie was bitten by the Francophile bug at an early age, and is fortunate enough to have lived in Paris, Lille, and the Loire Valley.
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