Ronald H. In this new novel, Liam and Catherine come to the aid of From the author of Once We Were Brothers, Liam and Catherine team up again to investigate an embezzlement case, and discover a link between their prime suspect, a kidnapping, and a terrorist cell. The gripping tale about two boys, once as close as brothers, who find themselves on opposite sides of the Holocaust. He has appeared on many television and radio programs and has lectured nationally and internationally on his writing. He lives in Chicago. He decided to name the book as Karolina Twins. During the initial years of the 21st century, author Balson was involved in a number of complex lawsuits.
Many of these cases required him to travel extensively to a number of foreign countries like Israel, Canada, etc. The traveling helped him get acquainted with the memories and scars of the World War II.
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Balson was so much moved by all such stories and descriptions that he decided to use them in his books. His intention behind developing such stories is to let the people of the world know about that part of the difficult war that is still unknown to the world and is not found anywhere else. As of today, author Balson is busy in his lawsuit and is also trying to develop the next book of his writing career. The Liam and Catherine series written by Ronald H. Balson is comprised of a total of 4 books, which were released between the years and Each and every book of this series features the chief characters in the form of a private investigator named Liam Taggart and a lawyer named Catherine Lockhart.
As the series progresses, numerous other important secondary characters are introduced by the author.
His life turns upside down as his wife dies, his daughter gets kidnapped, and he becomes the prime suspect in an embezzlement case of several million dollars. Jack Sommers runs away in order to avoid getting caught by the federal agents and rescuing his daughter named Sophie.
It seems that Sophie maternal grandfather is the one who ordered her kidnapping, and who is known to involved in terrorist activities in Palestine. This team is sent on the secret mission of rescuing Sophie and destroying the plans of a major attack by the terrorists in Hebron. However, as the mission is highly difficult and risky, the members of the rescue team are required to overcome the obstacles and save numerous lives on the Israeli-Palestine border, including their own. It was also published by the St Martin Press in At the beginning of the story of the book, it is depicted that Lena Woodward is an old woman.
At the time of her struggle in Poland, Lena had a childhood friend, Karolina, with whom she shared a feeling of sisterhood. Both the women faced the atrocities in Poland during the Holocaust. They not only harbored courage to live through the difficult times, but also shared a mysterious maternity secret.elnememu.cf
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This secret has troubled Lena for all these years, but now, she feels that she must reveal it to the investigators. And in doing so, she thinks of coming to terms with the her own dark past. I am a child survivor of the Holocaust—I appreciate his sensitivity and integrity to the subject. And thank you for sending me a copy! You won't be disappointed…a new look at an old story, and it will stay with you long after you have finished it.
- ISBN 13: 9781250048127.
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Highly recommended for all readers. Balson's first novel is hard to put down.
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