Kaspar Brothers

3 books in series
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Liberated Publisher's Summary

Can a lone American captain rescue justice in war-torn Germany? It’s May 1945, the war’s just over, and Harry Kaspar, an American captain in Germany, is about to take a new posting in the US occupation running a Bavarian town named Heimgau. When Harry loses the command to Major Membre, he’ll do almost anything to win the job back. When Harry discovers a horrific scene - three German men tortured and murdered - he reckons that solving the crime could teach the conquered townspeople about American justice, as well as help him reclaim that better posting. The only problem is that Harry’s quest for the real killer will lead him straight back to his commander, Membre, and eventually to his mentor, a can-do rebel US colonel named Spanner. Spanner is a gangster run rampant, plundering the war-torn land for all its grim worth. Harry’s lover, Katarina, a gutsy German actress, helps him realize he must fight back. Recognizing that absolute power corrupted and then destroyed Major Membre and Colonel Spanner, Harry takes it upon himself to overcome any obstacle that gets in his way and set a new American example by which a terrorized town and a mix of battered peoples can rise up from the ashes of a brutal, demoralizing war.

©2014 Steve Anderson (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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  • Book 1

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  • Book 2

    • Liberated

    • A Novel of Germany, 1945
    • By: Steve Anderson
    • Narrated by: P. J. Ochlan
    • Length: 11 hrs and 38 mins
    • Unabridged
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    It's May 1945, the war’s just over, and Harry Kaspar, an American captain in Germany, is about to take a new posting in the US occupation running a Bavarian town named Heimgau. When Harry loses the command to Major Membre, he'll do almost anything to win the job back. When Harry discovers a horrific scene - three German men tortured and murdered.

    Regular price: $24.95

  • Book 3

    • Lost Kin

    • A Novel
    • By: Steve Anderson
    • Narrated by: P. J. Ochlan
    • Length: 12 hrs and 27 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Occupied Munich, 1946: Irina, a Cossack refugee, confesses to murdering a GI, but American captain Harry Kaspar doesn't buy it. As Harry scours the devastated city for the truth, it leads him to his long-lost German brother, Max, who returned to Hitler's Germany before the war. Max has a questionable past, and he needs Harry for the cause that could redeem him: rescuing Irina's stranded clan of Cossacks who have been disowned by the Allies and are now being hunted by Soviet death squads - the cold-blooded upshot of a callous postwar policy.

    Regular price: $24.95