New Book ‘THE COPENHAGEN INTERPRETATION’ is a Story of Intrigue and Adventure

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Author Warren B. Dixon uses his experiences in Germany during the Reagan era to create a detailed and entertaining book.

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Germany during the Reagan era was a somewhat tumultuous time wherein the people from Soviet controlled East Germany strove to escape to West Germany and live the lives of freedom and prosperity of their counterparts. This defiance would ultimately culminate into the destruction of the Berlin Wall which would signal the eventual fall of the Soviet Union. In “THE COPENHAGEN INTERPRETATION” author Warren B. Dixon has written an intriguing story set in West Germany years before the fall of the Berlin Wall.

“THE COPENHAGEN INTERPRETATION” is a story of the world as seen from the extremes of two strong men in conflict. It is a tall tale of the awesome power of evil and of violence as the catalyst that changes the world. The story follows the Americans in Germany during the Reagan years. This highly engrossing story is seen through the eyes of Austin Kellogg an effete bookish womanizer who witnesses the struggle between two powerful men – Golo Dotzauer a powerful American Expatriate who due to his lifestyle and wealth is pitted against the wandering scholar Paul Ironstone. The book is filled with mystery, intrigue and adventure that will surely entertain readers.

This enthralling book is inspired by the author’s own experiences in Germany and the many events he witnessed there. It is complete with unique and intriguing characters that add depth and flavor to the story. “THE COPENHAGEN INTERPRETATION” is without a doubt a worthy read.

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About the Author
Warren R B Dixon, a native of Kentucky and Ohio, served as a seaman in the United States submarine service in the Pacific in WWII. He is the author of three previous novels available in hardback or Kindle from his author’s page in Amazon. He maintains a literary Internet site at author is an economist and professor emeritus from the SUNY system. He has lived in and taught university classes in Latvia, Spain, and Germany. He presently lives in the upper Champlain Valley in New York.

Publication Date: January 13, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 282 pages; 978-1-4931-6146-1
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 282 pages; 978-1-4931-6147-8
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-6148-5

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