“The novel is rife with historical intrigue and captures the flavor of mid-century Europe. Throughout, the author has a keen eye for detail, which will be a delight for Europhiles and World War II buffs alike…An intriguing early WWII spy yarn set in a well-researched, authentic Germany.” –Kirkus Reviews
In the fall of 1929 a young New York banker came to Berlin to study finance. The collapse of Wall Street convinced him to stay and pursue a doctorate in history. While Hitler rose to power the American became a favored guest of the old aristocracy, risked his life probing the most dangerous boroughs of the city, witnessed Communist street demonstrations and Nazi rallies, instigated a duel, and pursued the rescue of Jewish friends from under the eyes of the Gestapo. He went on to spy for his country.
That seeker of adventure was Leonard L. O’Bryon, my father. Inspired by his newspaper reports and private journals, the Corridor of Darkness trilogy tells the story of dashing Ryan Lemmon, on assignment in Nazi Germany for the State Department. Ryan must confront his own dark side to counter the murder, treachery, and torture threatening his friends and the future of Europe.
All three volumes of the Corridor of Darkness trilogy ares now available on Amazon.com as trade paperbacks and eBooks by clicking this link: Corridor of Darkness, A Novel of Nazi Germany
A paperback edition can also be found at your local bookstore or ordered from Barnes & Noble by clicking this link: Corridor of Darkness trilogy
Volumes 1 and 2 are also available as audio books, impressively narrated by Tim Campbell.
CORRIDOR OF DARKNESS has been honored with the coveted Book Readers’ Appreciation Group’s Gold Medallion, the AIA Gold Seal of Excellence, and a Bronze Medal in the international 2014 Independent Publisher Book Awards.
I’m impressed, looks great!
Patrick … look forward to reading the excerpts and your blog as well.
Thanks, Mark. Sure appreciate your interest. I’d welcome any suggestions, and will enjoy your blog, as well.
I am excited to read this Patrick. Good luck!
Thanks, Fred. More to come soon!
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Thank you so much, Olivia. I look forward to hearing your suggestions and critique when you finish volume one!
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