When Frank Herrmann chances upon documents connecting his German father to Clipperton island, he can’t pass up the chance to learn more about the man who died when he was only 11 years old. Frank’s journey is not an easy one. Following the death of his wife, Frank finds himself falling in love with her sister, Leila. Only Leila is involved with Frank’s cousin, Jim.
The three of them make their way to Clipperton, are attacked by drug dealers and left marooned on the island as a freak storm hits.
Frank must also deal with the evidence they find showing his father was a high ranking Nazi involved with Auschwitz, and who remained committed to his Nazi ideals throughout his life.
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Karl Berger, a native of Germany is a practicing pediatrician in Johnstown, Pa. near Pittsburgh. He is an active member of the Loyalhanna Writers Association and has been published in the Loyalhanna Review. Dr. Berger is in the process of finishing his second novel.
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