New Historical Fiction Novel is Based on Actual Heroes Who Gave Their Lives to Fight Hitler and the Nazis

Author, Spiros Gratsias is pleased to announce the release of his new historical fiction novel, "The C Enigma."

New York, NY, September 05, 2014 --( Based on actual heroes who gave their lives in order to fight the dark evil that Hitler’s Nazism represented, "The C Enigma" explores the premise that each and every one of us has the personal responsibility to fight for freedom, justice, and the forces of good. An individual’s actions can have a drastic impact on the outcome of any battle, war, or campaign.

A particular brand of evil has reared its ugly head at certain points throughout history, and humanity must fight to keep it in check. This balance is sometimes managed on the scale of world wars, but it can also come down to an individual’s actions. Chance—or perhaps fate—leads Matthias Adkins up to his grandfather’s attic, where he discovers a hidden picture of Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, the head of the German secret service during WWII. A few other items reveal that his grandfather has left him a set of riddles that will lead him through three time periods—1945, 1988, and 2008—on a hunt for his family’s identity and his own destiny…which turns out to be a destiny beyond his wildest dreams.

This page-turner bridges decades and generations, and infiltrates secret organizations and evil cults, to weave a mysterious and compelling narrative that broadens one’s perspective regarding history and personal duty.

"The C Enigma" is available in both print and ebook format.

Book Information:
The C Enigma
By Spiros Gratsias
ISBN: 978-1499625608
Published: August 2014
Pages: 312
Genre: Historical Fiction

About The Author:
Spiros Gratsias is a native of Montreal, Canada, born to Greek immigrants. He moved back to Greece twenty years ago and has been living there ever since. Gratsias has a master's degree in manufacturing technology and thirty-five years' experience in the aerospace and consumer goods industries. An amateur painter and dedicated student of history, he devotes much of his time to reading and writing.

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