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Winner of the 2019 Indie Reader Discovery Award in Mystery/Thriller/Suspense
Finalist for the 2019 National Indie Excellence Award
“A dark, gripping historical thriller” – Kirkus Reviews
It’s 1942 in Nazi-Occupied Paris. Mori Rothstein is a widely-respected, internationally-known art dealer, loving husband, and father. Mori’s once-charmed life darkens when Hermann Goering – the head of the Nazi Gestapo and one of the most feared men alive – seeks out his expertise.
Goering gives Mori a choice: appraise priceless pieces of art that will be deported to Hitler’s new museum or risk his and his family’s lives. As his friends and fellow Jews disappear one by one, Mori must decide what he will stand for and at what cost.
With so much at stake, Mori and his son concoct a risky plan to save some of history’s greatest pieces of art…but can it possibly work? And can Mori’s family possibly survive the scrutiny of Goering and the horrors of Nazi occupation?
Fans of Daniel Silva, Dan Brown, and John Grisham will fall in love with this gripping piece of World War II historical fiction. The action and intrigue makes this page-turner impossible to put down; the cast of characters make it impossible to forget.
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About the Author
Artist, art collector, and philanthropist author William Ian Grubman is devoted to giving his readers fast-paced, high-stakes adventures with characters they'll remember long after the last page. An avid student of art history, Grubman served as a docent for the Armand Hammer collection, lecturing on 18th and 19th century master paintings and drawings. Through this experience, the seed of his first novel, The Storm Over Paris, was born.
Hi first novel, The Storm Over Paris, received critical acclaim and won the 2019 IRDA Award in the Mystery/Thriller/Suspense category. It was a 2019 finalist for the National Indie Excellence Award.
When William isn't writing, he dedicates his time to the Dream Street Foundation, a non-profit organization he co-founded with his sister to provide summer camping programs for children with life threatening and chronic illnesses. He's also a founding member of ACT THREE, a musical theater trio that performs standards from Broadway, Jazz, and The Great American Song Book.
William lives in Los Angeles and has two children – a future doctor and a future lawyer, he beams proudly.
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