During War, There Is No Innocence In Death

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Sometimes the Greatest Battles Faced are the Battles Within

No Innocence In Death by Leonard Damien Teitel is this year’s ‘must read novel’ set in chaotic and war-torn Europe during World War 2, where David is forced to grow up facing indescribable violence and destruction.

In a struggle for survival, David meets and forges a close friendship with Sebastian, who soon reveals his intentions and ‘true colours.’ Amidst the anarchy and confusion, David learns the answers to many of life’s perplexing questions.

In the course of the narration, David makes friends who help him see the world differently, but in a losing battle over life and death, David begins to wonder if the war he is really fighting is with himself.

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About the Author
Leonard Damien Teitel was born in Melbourne, Australia, where he currently resides. He has worked in an array of fields completing qualifications in broadcast journalism and now holds a business degree in human resources and accounting. At age twenty-five, he can add his first novel to his list of accomplishments. This book, which has taken almost five years to complete, represents a turning point in his life. This diverse personality aspires to complete many more titles and strives to entertain as well as inspire readers to reflect on their own life adventures, experiences, and travels.

No Innocence In Death * by Leonard Damien Teitel
Publication Date: June 28, 2011
Trade Paperback; AU$20.00; 305 pages; 978-1-4628-5113-3
Trade Hardback; AU$35.00; 305 pages; 978-1-4628-5114-0
eBook; AU$9.99; 978-1-4568-9351-4

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