Sergie Miro’s new historical romance tours WWII-plagued Europe

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‘Treasure of Sanssouci Park’ looks at German war propaganda from perspective of Jewish spy

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Sergie Miro’s new historical romance novel, “Treasure of Sanssouci Park” (published by Trafford Publishing), tells the compelling story of a young, Jewish cinema photographer’s struggle as a British spy in Nazi Germany.

Kare Hoffman feels the effects of the approach of World War II immediately. His father is imprisoned after speaking out against the Nazi regime and his mother sends him to live with family in Great Britain.

While working in London, Kare is selected for a mission by the Special Intelligence Office. He is trained as a spy, gets a job at a German film studio and begins sending secret reports of German propaganda back to Britain. Meanwhile, he falls in love with an Aryan nurse, but when his Jewish background is revealed and he is sent to multiple concentration camps, their relationship alters their lives with tragic results.

Miro differentiates his work from other World War II historical fictions by incorporating stories about the German propaganda movie industry and the S.S. Cap Arcona. The S.S. Cap Arcona was a German ocean liner that was used as a prison ship and sunk by the Royal Air Force while carrying prisoners from Nazi concentration camps.

“Treasure of Sanssouci Park”
By Sergie Miro
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 196 pages | ISBN 9781490755434
E-Book | 196 pages | ISBN 9781490755427
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Sergei Miro, a China native, immigrated to Israel in 1953 and moved to the United States in 1964. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and had his own practice for 40 years in New York City. He resides in New Jersey with his wife, two sons and grandchildren. His autobiography is titled “Cycle of Destiny from the Land of Dragon to the Promised Land.” His second novel is titled “Love Affair in B Minor.”

Trafford Publishing, an Author Solutions, LLC, author services imprint, was the first publisher in the world to offer an “on-demand publishing service,” and has led the independent publishing revolution since its establishment in 1995. Trafford was also one of the earliest publishers to utilize the Internet for selling books. More than 10,000 authors from over 120 countries have utilized Trafford’s experience for self publishing their books. For more information about Trafford Publishing, or to publish your book today, call 1-888-232-4444 or visit

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