Saturday, September 27, 2014
HFVBT Presents Rhoda D’Ettore’s Newborn Nazi Blog Tour, December 8-12
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Please join Rhoda D’Ettore as she tours for Newborn Nazi, from December 8-12.
Publication Date: September 9, 2014
Formats: eBook, Paperback, Audio Book
Genre: Historical Fiction
“This family is amazing! A Nazi spy. A future SS officer. A brother in America oblivious to everything. And a sister who would kill us all.”
Germany, 1934 — SS officers entered the house of Hedwig Schultz and ripped her 14 year old brother, Edmund, from her arms. He has been selected for an elite division of the Hitler Youth that will train him for indoctrination into the feared SS.
Horrified, Hedwig enlists the help of her brother in America to thwart Nazi plans regarding the Final Solution of the Jewish people. It becomes a cat and mouse game as the family enters a world of Nazi spies, double agents and the Underground movement. All the while, Hedwig must prevent their brother, Edmund, from becoming suspicious. One report of treason to his Hitler Youth instructors would result in death… or worse.
This book contains FREE chapters (50 pages) of Rhoda D’Ettore’s other works: Tower of Tears, The Creek and Goin Postal.
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About the Author
Rhoda D’Ettore was born in Woodbury, New Jersey, into a family of 5 siblings–which has provided her with plenty of comical material. She began working at the United States Postal Service at 25 years old, and over the past 15 years has accumulated many humorous stories about situations that the public never gets to know about. Her first ebook, “Goin’ Postal: True Stories of a U.S. Postal Worker” was so popular that readers requested it in paperback. Recently, she published the humorous “Goin’ Postal” in paperback along with another story entitled, “The Creek: Where Stories of the Past Come Alive”. Combining these two into one book may seem strange, as one is humorous and the other is a heart wrenching historical fiction, however, doing so proves to the reader Rhoda D’Ettore’s versatility.
Rhoda D’Ettore received her degree in Human & Social Services while working at USPS, has travelled extensively, and loves history. Over the years she has volunteered for several community service organizations, including fostering abused and neglected dogs for a Dalmatian rescue.
For more information please visit Rhoda’s website. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter.
Newborn Nazi Blog Tour Schedule
Monday, December 8
Guest Post at Historical Fiction Connection
Tuesday, December 9
Spotlight & Giveaway at Passages to the Past
Wednesday, December 10
Spotlight & Giveaway at Teddy Rose Book Reviews
Friday, December 12
Review at Book Nerd
Review at Flashlight Commentary
Spotlight at Book Babe