It is 1980 and a woman is plagued by a recurring dream-turned-nightmare about a child, a foreign language, and the terrifying world of warfare and danger. Who is the little girl in that dream, and what language is she speaking? In Das Medallion, a novel of suspense and intrigue, Kathryn Scarborough creates a terrifying scenario of retrieved memories and family secrets. American Margaret Richardson...
Paperback: 344 pages
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (November 16, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.9 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 11403178
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This story continues the tale of Ian Richardson and his daughter, Margaret. It was well done and satisfied all of the unanswered questions from the first book, Deception. I liked that it began with a grown up Margaret and let her explore the past in ...
by exhaustion caused by a desperate need to know who she is and why her father has lied to her for forty years. In a gritty and often edge-of-your-seat story of deceit and reconciliation, Margaret travels to Germany to discover the truth about her past. With the help—and then the love—of Dutch General Pieter Van Leeuvan, Margaret is able to uncover the mystery behind the woman in the photo, the woman standing next to Adolph Hitler, the woman who could be her twin…or her mother. Who was the woman, and would her passion for this vile leader destroy Margaret’s ability to live…and love?