Book: Schmuel's Journey (Sam and Martha Mystery Book 1) by Steven P. Marinicategories: Book, Henniker, New Hampshire, Holocaust, Nazi, Mystery, Murder, Auschwitz, Hunter, World War Two, Historical Fiction
Steven P. Mariniabout this book: Surviving a traumatic event can change a person. It can make you want to avenge a personal loss or it can make you want to forget and move on. But whatever you want to do, sometimes outside forces can dictate your actions. So it is with Sam Miller, Holocaust survivor. Living in a peaceful New Hampshire town in 1974 is far better than his time at Auschwitz as a boy. But things don't stay that way. New dangers emerge and a new woman captures his heart. Physical danger and love can pose great risks.
I believe that lovers of mystery will enjoy this story, especially fans of World War Two stories. That event is full of possibilities for stories that involve human conflict, especially inner conflict. People who have to make life changing decisions are often conflicted within themselves, especially when love and war are involved.
Small college towns are wonderful places to live. But one can feel like living under a microscope, since it seems like everyone knows each other. On the other hand, it can be a great place to hide from the world, enjoying the protection of the herd.
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