"Brendan DuBois is a fine novelist and easily the best short-story writer of his generation." --- Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author.
It's 1943, ten years after the assassination of President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt. Germany is at war with Russia and rules all of Europe --- including Great Britain --- and Japan is conquering China and East Asia. The United States is an isolationist nation, still struggling with the Great Depression, and is being governed by President Huey P. Long, former Louisiana governor and senator.
In Portsmouth, N.H., Sam Miller is a cop supporting a family and trying to stay on the right side of his boss, the law, and his conscience. Then a murder victim is found by the railroad tracks, a number tattooed on the victim's wrist, something never seen before by the police. It's a case Sam could walk away from. It's a case he will be ordered to drop. And it is case that leads him into a lethal vortex of politics, espionage, rebellion, and international intrigue.
As war rages in Europe, a new fascist power rises in America, overseen by President Long and his allies. And the people Sam thinks he knows besthis wife, his brother, his colleaguesreveal new identities. In a formerly close-knit city by the sea, where no one is above suspicion and no one is safe, a global summit is about to take place between President Long and Chancellor Adolf Hitler. On that day, history will be changed. And millions of people will live or die, all because Sam Miller has been a very good copfaced with a very bad choice.
PRAISE FOR AMERIKAN EAGLE
"Rich in history an filled with breathtakingly true characters and nonstop plotting."
--- Jeffery Deaver, New York Times bestselling author
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Brendan DuBois of New Hampshire is the award-winning author of seventeen novels and more than 150 short stories. His latest novel, BLOOD FOAM --- the ninth novel the Lewis Cole mystery series --- was published in June 2015 by Pegasus Books.
His previous alternative history novel, RESURRECTION DAY, won the Sidewise Award for Best Alternative History Novel of the Year and was published overseas in numerous countries.
His short fiction has appeared in Playboy, Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Analog, Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, and numerous anthologies including "The Best American Mystery Stories of the Century," published in 2000, as well as the "The Best American Noir of the Century," published in 2010.
His stories have twice won him the Shamus Award from the Private Eye Writers of America, and have also earned him three Edgar Allan Poe Award nominations from the Mystery Writers of America. He is also a "Jeopardy!" gameshow champion, and a winner of "The Chase" trivia gameshow.
He is currently at work on his next novel.
Visit his website at www.BrendanDuBois.com