Scheduled for a July 1 release by Salvo Press, THE SEVENTH DECEPTION is the first novel to directly explore the German atomic bomb project. G Dedrick Robinson builds the plot around a provocative new theory explaining why Hitler's nuclear program met with far less success than the programs that put jet aircraft and rockets in the sky well before anyone else.
In the early years of WWII, the race is on for nature's most powerful secret. Under the leadership of Nobel Laureate Warner Heisenberg, the Nazis are out in front. Only Berlin physicist and double agent Anton Breker stands between them and world domination. His only hope is to slow Heisenberg's research by steering him down blind alleys. He has to walk a fine line as he works to subvert Nazi progress by day, while by night, making love to Teresia Duisberg, the dangerously attractive but bored wife of Klaus, his close friend and fellow anti-Nazi. Events thunder toward a climax in June 1942. Clara Fischer, Breker's most recently spurned lover who is out for her own revenge, has revealed to Klaus his friend's betrayal. Breker, not knowing that both are plotting his ruin, is shocked to learn that Heisenberg has stumbled onto the most dangerous secret of the war. The outcome of the war depends on Breker finding a way to keep him to revealing it to the Nazi hierarchy.
George Duncan, Editor of the Lake Placid Journal, called The Seventh Deception “...a superb example of historic fiction.” It is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and most bookstores. Readers interested in learning more about The Seventh Deception or G Dedrick Robinson's other books should visit the author's web site: http://gdedrickrobinson.com
G Dedrick Robinson, author, scientist, historian and publisher, is based in the Appalachian foothills region of South Carolina. Although The Seventh Deception is Dr. Robinson's first published novel, he is the author of nearly fifty professional articles. He has written several other novels with two of them scheduled to be released by the end of the year, THE LAST LION OF SPARTA from Oak Tara, and BLOOD SCOURGE from Moonshine Cove Publishing. Several of his short stories have also been published and his article “Down the River to the Sea” appeared in a recent issue of South Carolina Wildlife.
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Keyword List: nuclear reactor, nuclear crisis, German atomic bomb, Nazi atomic bomb, critical mass, Berlin, Copenhagen, Stockholm, World War II, uranium, nuclear fission, plutonium, Otto Hahn, Warner Heisenberg, Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Lise Meitner, uranium machine, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, Alsos