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Sig Rosenblum's E-Books / Hampton Hill Press

TO SEE THE FIRST CHAPTERS, PLEASE CLICK THE BOOK TITLES BELOW. AND CLICK HERE FOR THE HOME PAGE AND BRIEF DESCRIPTIONS OF ALL THE BOOKS.  [] Assignment in Antibua [] Spymaster: "Wild Bill" Donovan, Father of the CIA [] Chapter One of Spymaster []Julius Caesar [] From War to War: 1918-1939 [] Larger Than Life: A Biography of Winston Churchill [] Murder in Munich [] A Death at Dorado [] About Sig Rosenblum [] Sig's Blog

Thanks for stopping by. The first four books have been published in Kindle and Mobipocket Editions. Just click any cover for the first chapter. Or use the navigation bar at the left.

 

"Assignment in Antibua": An enthusiastically-reviewed mystery "with great dialogue, a wonderful setting, and a memorable cast of characters...." Please click the cover for the first chapter.

"Spymaster": FDR said that Donovan might have been president except for a fluke. Please click the cover for the first chapter.

"Julius Caesar": A fast-moving popular biography of the noblest Roman of them all. Please click the cover for the first chapter.

"From War to War": The heroes and villains of the dramatic Interwar Years--and how the world stumbled into the abyss. Please click the cover for the first chapter.

"Larger than Life": The multi-faceted, maddening genius who stiffened the British spine in World War II. Crazy old Admiral Jacky Fisher called Churchill a "War Man." But many others called him things that were unprintable. Here he is, from birth to death--still remembered, still revered and reviled. Plese click the cover for the first chapter.

"Murder in Munich 1938": Munich has become a synonym for sell-out. For it was there that Britain and France sacrified the Czech nation. But there was a less spectacular crime on that day. And German detective Ernst Buhl would--unlike Britain and France--stand up to Adolf Hitler in a heroic attempt to solve it. Please click the cover for the first chapter.

"A Death at Dorado": Another Bert Feld mystery. What's he sleuthing now? Please click the cover for the first chapter.

"Death Has a Point": Bert Feld finds himself in "the nation no one knows"--Fristalia. And, what's more, in handcuffs, for the murder of an international money-man. Did he do it? Or was it all a mistake? Once more, the vactioning New York detective will do his stuff--if he can get out of those handcuffs! Please click the cover for the first chapter.