Edelweiss Pirates, Operation Einstein by Mark A. Cooper

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A group of fun loving rebellious German teens calling themselves the Edelweiss Pirates, witnesses something so deplorably sickening they decide to take action when a six-year old Jewish girl is left orphaned. Torn between patriotism for the country they love and there own rights and freedoms they have to try and do the unthinkable, but with the Gestapo and Hitler Youth hot on their trail; is it too late?
 

About Mark A. Cooper

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Mark A. Cooper is ranked alongside Enid Blyton and Anthony Horowitz as "The most original and best spy-kids authors of the century." (New York Times). The first book in his Jason Steed series was self-published in 2008. Since then the series has won over fans across the world with its mix of action, emotion and coming of age originality. Mark was snapped up by the Barbara Zitwer agency and since has written 3 more in the series now published by Sourcebooks. Fictionreviwer.com named 'Fledgling Jason Steed' Young adult book of the year 2009. The book was also voted as finalist in the 2009 'Indie book Awards'. In 2013 in the Beverly Hills Book Awards voted as overall winner in Juvenile fiction.
 
Published February 4, 2013 by Infinity Publishing. 162 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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