I believe it’s important to learn about what happened in the Holocaust so we never forget or repeat those mistakes.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (PRWEB) June 30, 2015
70 years after World War II, former Nazi hunter Tom Joyce has written a hard-hitting novel about the cruelties, and humanity, of this era.
The first book in a three-part series, “Habsburg Honor and Nazi Duty” tells the story of a Vienna police inspector that solves murders all while the Nazi regime grows in full force. Influenced by Joyce’s work with former Nazis as part of the U.S. Army Counterintelligence, readers are given a unique, honest look at the people behind this catastrophic war.
“Most of the Nazis who engaged in terrible evil were ordinary people,” Joyce said. “During my military service I had close contact with several ex-Nazis and also victims of Nazi evil, which helped me give my characters realistic traits and experiences.”
“Habsburg Honor and Nazi Duty” boldly addresses the evil in the world with the hope that the evil can be changed and renewed. This thriller is the beginning of a series that will keep readers on the edge of their seats by putting them in the middle of the Nazi annexation of Austria.
“I believe it’s important to learn about what happened in the Holocaust so we never forget or repeat those mistakes,” Joyce said. “I’ve been to some rough places and learned tough things, but I know I need to keep learning.”
“Book Hasburg Honor and Nazi Duty”
By Tom Joyce
Available in softcover and e-book
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About the author
Tom Joyce resides in Washington D.C. as a retired professor and veteran. Joyce earned his Ph.D from Cornell University and went on to teach sociology and criminologly courses for more than 10 years at George Washington University. He has also taught classes for the FBI and once worked at a state penitentiary. These experiences led him to write three novels and several short stories about WWII and Nazi Germany.