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When Leaning Towers Fall: Novel 1 of 12 in the 3rd Book of Benjamin

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Death occurs once or not at all. So thought Adolph Hitler in war-torn Germany. In current day Poland, a bulldozer cracks the foundation of a secret underground Nazi biochemical lab.

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Death occurs once or not at all. So thought Adolph Hitler in war-torn Germany. In current day Poland, a bulldozer cracks the foundation of a secret underground Nazi biochemical lab. The papers found there reveal profound anachronistic medical research. Additionally, an odd connection is found to exist with nine of the twenty-three leaning towers in present-day Europe. What was once hidden now lies uncovered, presenting a new reality that is wrapped around previously vanquished villains and secret Templar societies.

 

For the investigative US Army physician-scientist team of Mickey Peronne, Russell Lange, and Suzanne Coletrane, danger and intrigue hide in every leaning tower as the lines defining friends and enemies become blurred. As the world clock ticks, the race resumes between good and an old evil. Can the evil of the past be again shackled in defeat? If so, what must good sacrifice to ensure it?

About the Series

Haman the Amalekite must strike terror at Castle Péronne to steal a key component of the Relic of Power (RoP), the world’s most powerful weapon of mass destruction (WMD), which has existed since biblical times. Tracked by Loni Peronne, a Defense Intelligence Agent, mission known as the Missing Art Project has been functioning as a venue to find all four components of the RoP. Initially waylaid by a murder at the Leaning Tower of Niles in America, Loni becomes mired within the Leaning Tower affair throughout Novel 1. As Novel 2 opens, Haman’s terrorist strike takes the RoP component from Castle Péronne and, as collateral damage, Loni’s consciousness from a head injury. Upon finally awakening in a French maternity hospital, Loni is found to be amnesic.

 

Responding to this dilemma, Mickey Peronne initially requests support from his trusted medical colleagues. Through hypnosis, it is revealed that Loni’s psyche has bizarrely bridged time, residing now in the persona of a fourteenth-century French king. Through subsequent psychic encounters, Loni’s time bridge approaches the present day, accessing historical characters such as Vlad Tepes (Novel 3), Anne of Denmark (Novel 6), and Auguste Regnaud (Novel 10), among many others. Each stand-alone novel engages a new historic character, moving the evolving mission of the modern-day protagonists from the French maternity hospital toward a brutal showdown with Haman at Temple Mount in Jerusalem. There a face-off occurs to prevent the consolidation of the WMD components, which were crafted in 1400 BC.

About the Author

B. Albertill is the author of the twelve-book historical fiction series, Lost Books of Benjamin (LBoB). Albertill is a retired US Army physician-scientist, educationalist, science researcher, historian/theologian without portfolio, and a modern-day Templar. Having served in the military from Viet Nam era (1973) to his last posting in Afghanistan (2015), he has trained in clinical, research, and operational military medicine, the field of chemical warfare, and the history of military medicine. His writing is underpinned by a worldview defined by this professional education, military training, and resulting personal experiences.

 

B. Albertill writes historical fiction supported by years of travels and residence throughout Europe and the Mediterranean countries in Northern Africa and the near east. As LBoB novel protagonists Mickey Peronne, Suzanne Coletrane, Russell Lange and the numerous historical characters move throughout these regions, Albertill literarily walks shoulder-to-shoulder with them. The gift given to the reader is the robust flavor of credible historical fiction from novels penned by one who has firsthand appreciated the numerous historical settings.

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Weight15.824 oz
Dimensions9.210 × 6.140 × .66510 in

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When Leaning Towers Fall: Novel 1 of 12 in the 3rd Book of Benjamin
$15.95