Six months after the Pearl Harbor disaster took place, was the United States of America grasped into the second world war. It changed everything for Nazi-Germany. Abwehr, the secret intelligence organization were forced by Hitler and his staff to act. The result was a master-man plan to destroy the US war industry. By a secret location near Berlin was a secret training facility. It looked like an ordinary farm, but nothing was ordinary with it. For at this facility had shooting ranges, classrooms, and chemical laboratories.
Secretly in 1942 was eight saboteurs infiltrated onto US soil. They sneaked in the dark night hours at the beach on Amagansett, at the long island near New York. No one knew that these men wandered in New York’s streets with the potential to act with two years of pure terror. It all resulted to be one of the FBI’s biggest manhunt in history.
Targeted Age Group:: 18-90
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
As a person with great interest in history, I discovered this story jaw-droppingly. Astonishing and almost unbelievable that there were Nazi agents on US soil to sabotage, is just inspiration for itself. And then I realized that the story was a really rare one, and probably haven't many heard of this incredible incident. It was then I decided to write this historical fiction.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
As historical fiction, the book already had a few selected characters, but in the selection process of whom, the story would follow demanded some research. The story is very straight forward and therefore it was no doubt who the protagonist would be. But to describe the main characters fictionally was demanding in imaginational ways and craved a lot of reflection.
Bright light from distance illuminated the area around them. The light was sharp and bright. Natural stopped their pulse and breath. Their bodies were frozen. A saboteur’s worst enemy was light. Their logical thinking had been twisted during their training. George could remember how much he admired the building and streetlights when he was a civilian back in New York. Now he felt more like a shadow, where the light was poison. George and Ernst gazed at the vehicle as it disappeared from a road nearby. The motor whir and the lights from the vehicle faded and as nature was filling with noises in the emptiness rose the saboteurs up.
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