My book helps people to understand how Hitler corrupted what he touched, and almost conquered the world.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 23, 2013
World War II resulted in approximately 405,000 deaths in the United States alone, according to the Congressional Research Service. In Thomas Joyce’s new book, he uncovers the history of World War II and the consequences of Hitler’s reign through the eyes of a secret agent.
In his book “The Dolomite Challenge,” Thomas Joyce provides readers with a historical fiction novel about the aftermath of World War II. As readers follow agents on a counterintelligence operation to capture Nazis, they will find themes of war, love, deceit, forgiveness, and the human psyche as it is affected by war and Nazism.
Joyce captures the heated political atmosphere that complicated the lives of millions, and breathes life into Nazism, political divides, false pretenses and the lives lost by the World Wars.
“My book helps people to understand how Hitler corrupted what he touched, and almost conquered the world,” Joyce said.
The book addresses the blurred lines between friends and enemies, love and hatred, and honesty and deception that manifested during political turmoil and loss.
Joyce’s novel developed from his personal experience as a counterintelligence agent, as well as his professional experience teaching criminology and sociology at George Washington University and for the FBI.
“The Dolomite Challenge”
By Thomas Joyce
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Balboa Press online bookstores.
About the Author
Thomas Joyce holds a Ph.D from Cornell University. He spent more than a year in Vienna, Austria during his military service and served as a counterintelligence agent in Europe during the 1960s. He has since become a criminologist, and has taught criminology, the sociology of work, social problems and other subjects for George Washington University and the FBI. He currently resides in Washington, D.C.