The Golden Age By Eoin Dempsey

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The Golden Age: A Family Drama in Hitler’s Berlin in the 1930’s (The Lion’s Den Series Book 3) By Eoin Dempsey


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Berlin, 1935.Two years have passed since Hitler swept to power and the Golden Age the Nazis promised has come to pass—for some.When a mysterious fire burns down the factory, the police dismiss the investigation. Seamus will start down a path to finding the truth, and discovering who has a grudge against them strong enough to risk everything. Faced with financial ruin, Seamus will have to decide to accept an offer of sale and break up his family or submit to the needs of rearming the Wehrmacht.After a decade of trying, Lisa finally lands a leading role in a movie, but just as her career seems about to take off the film draws interest from Josef Goebbels, head of the Nazi Propaganda ministry.Maureen, now in college, is introduced to a group of people scarred by Nazi injustice. Encouraged by her new friends to spy on Lisa’s father, a high-ranking doctor for the government, she discovers a deadly secret that could expose the Nazis internationally and change the course of Hitler’s rule in Germany.THE GOLDEN AGE is the third book in The Lion’s Den Series by the #1 Amazon bestselling author of WHITE ROSE, BLACK FOREST, and THE LONGEST ECHO, set in Hitler’s Germany in the 1930s. Download it and discover Eoin Dempsey’s books today.
As a student of history I rarely read fiction. This series enthralled me. Could not put down. Can not wait for final book in July. Superior writing as well.
It’s a great series. Well written & fast moving. Very insightful narrative of the Hitler regime. I’m looking forward to the next book.
Very interesting series about the common people of Germany. Can’t wait for the next book. Would rather starve to death in the US than be in Hitler’s Germany. very interested in the 2nd world War. You wrote a great novel about people who changed their principles to align with Hitler.Thank God not everyone did. Linda B
The story of Hitler’s rise is told from the standpoint of an upper middle class family in Berlin. Some of the plot points are less than convincing ===too many coincidences maybe===but the author writes beautifully and clearly has the gift of storytelling. Really a good read.
This is a story of what a family could have gone thru during the rise of the Third Reich. The Nazis were quickly changing their treatment of the Jewish residents .


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