A Novel & Psychological Thriller
“The Thunderbird Covenant”
Novel: “The Thunderbird Covenant”
Originally published by the author in 1999 at Dageforde Publishing in Lincoln, Nebraska, this novel, a psychological thriller of international intrigue, can still be found on-line at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. At least they were still available in November 2012. Contact author at email@example.com for further queries or request for the book.
Below are three reviews of the novel on amazon.com:
#1. “The book is divided into sixty-five chapters with a prologue and an epilogue. It told the story of Genetic Engineering experiment that was carried out by the Nazi Government under Hitler in 1943 during the Second World War. The principal focus of the book is the exposure of the activities of the Nazi to control the mother earth by a technique of thought-control, genetic selection by eradication of the unfit and unwell beings.
“In the modern world, a mafia group in Europe(former nazi members)operating under the code name Thunderbird aimed at destroying the American society and controlling the American youths by devising a high technology medical technique of hiding and exporting very pure cocaine and heroine to America through human skull that are not detectable by custom agents in America. To achieve their aim, they usually target and kill American tourist and citizen in Europe through whose cadaver, the drugs are exported to America.
“The second phase of the book relate the story of how the Nazi aimed at creating a master race through controlling human mind and destruction by using Genetic engineering experiment carried out on unwilling Polish citizens and create a master race of German descent. The case study of a Polish girl named renamed Helga Baumann was well illustrated in the book. Years after the war, her mind remains bent to the will of the Nazi doctors. She became a tool in the hand of the Thunderbird. She became a super assassin, super espionage and heroin expert. She was tortured by her past memory until she met the love of her life Jeffry Landon through who she was able to recover her past memory destroyed by the Nazi government.
“This book is a master piece and a thriller. It’s a must read for custom agents, police, medical experts, lawyers and the whole human race especially Americans, Jews, Polish etc. This generation is bound to benefit from the information contained in this book. The author wrote the book from the view an experienced medical doctor.”
#2. “I found the story of the book really gripping. The beginning was deeply disturbing, but it was also terribly hard to put down. I would definitely give this book a try if you like thrillers.”
#3. “The book is so riveting that it makes for a great travel book. I have given this book to more friends than any other book. My husband took it on the train to work and had strangers leaning over his shoulder to get a closer read. The scenes are vivid and intense both sexually and in the portrayal of human suffering. It is a brilliant book for readers who enjoy a book written well.”
The Thunderbird Covenant is an intense work, a novel not for the weak-at-heart. The following is taken from the back cover:
“Helga Baumann is a woman possessed. She finds herself driven by a hidden childhood memory, the dream all too real. It begins in a Nazi death camp, where little Helga not only witnesses the demise of her Polish parents but also becomes an unwilling participant in their execution. Then, at the age of four, she is adopted by the prison kommandant and his childless wife.
“Even now, years later, after the war, Helga’s mind remains bent to the will of the surgeon at Auschwitz. His domination leads her into the world of heroin and international espionage. She becomes an assassin extraordinaire, teetering at the very edge of Dante’s inferno.
“Only through the love of Jeffry Landon does she recover her memory. But the search unlocking the past sets Helga and the little child she once was on a terrifying collision course, one seeking forgiveness and the other, retribution. A psychosexual drama of apocalyptic proportion unfolds.”
Further information about this The Thunderbird Covenant and also about The Neurosurgeon, another psychological novel, can be obtained here at the following contact web page: Books And Links.
(Regarding writing a novel, view another page in this website to see a thesaurus of 2,060 synonyms for “said,” “thought,” and “walked” in the author’s Mini-Thesaurus for writing a psychological novel. Synonyms for these verbs were used extensively in the psychological novel, The Neurosurgeon.)
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