Jack Cauley’s New Book “Olga” is a Mighty and Riveting Book About a German Woman’s Life of Joining the Third Reich, and the Gripping Horrors of War and Carnage

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Recent release “Olga” from Page Publishing author Jack Cauley is a graphic tale that involves scenes of murder, torture, war, and genocide during the historical setting of Hitler’s Aryan supremacy movement.

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Jack Cauley, a dedicated writer and an avid student of warfare, has completed his new book “Olga”: a riveting narrative about Olga Kruger, an orphan whose life took a turn to serving Nazi Germany and their views on puritan supremacy over all inhabitants of the civilized world.

Author Cauley illustrates the traumatic hardships of people subjected to horrible treatment: “However, for her personal amusement, Olga constantly selected both male and female prisoners to torture and mutilate in order to see for herself exactly how much pain a subject could endure before he or she passed out or died. She usually conducted these experiments on a Friday night after she had enjoyed the company of a male or female prisoner. She then tortured him to death by castration and strangulation.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Jack Cauley’s spine-tingling novel pictures the horrifying reality of brainwashing broken individuals into doing atrocious deeds, masked by the promise of self-liberation and satisfaction. “Olga” also shows that with love and compassion, the road to reparation and rehabilitation is assured, no matter how deep the damage has been done.

Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase “Olga” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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