The Goddess of Fortune by Andrew Blencowe

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"Readers can almost feel the author’s delight in leap-frogging from country to country, society to society, as he weaves a tale of a world in which the allies lost WWII, and in which the destruction of a major portion of the world’s economy dictated the postwar terms."
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What if, by the passing of just two events, Japan and Germany had won World War 2?

The Goddess of Fortune is a work of alternative fiction in which history is re-explored, in sometimes surprising ways:

Beautiful Louise, while only 24 years old, uses her intelligence, wiles, and body to dominate the so-called "stronger sex."Kaito Sasaki of the Bank of Tokyo, inspired by Lenin (“The best way to destroy the capitalist system is to debauch the currency”), proves just that with his printing of U.S. 100 dollar bills.The treachery of Hermann "Fatso" Goering is uncovered and his punishment is swift.

As a work of historical fiction, Goddess reveals the private foibles, quirks, and lusts of the famous of the period.

Prepare to re-imagine history, get The Goddess of Fortune today.

 

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Published March 12, 2014 by Hamilton Bay Publishing. 364 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, War, History, Romance. Fiction
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on Mar 21 2016

"Readers can almost feel the author’s delight in leap-frogging from country to country, society to society, as he weaves a tale of a world in which the allies lost WWII, and in which the destruction of a major portion of the world’s economy dictated the postwar terms."

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