Story Plant Print ISBN: 9781611880731
Fiction Studio Books E-book ISBN: 978-1-943486-36-6
Publication Date: 12/3/2013 --- 272 pages
In 1938, Nazi Germany prepares to extend its reach far beyond its borders. The key to domination lies in a secret that would make their army not only unbeatable, but un-killable.
MI-6, knowing that something potentially devastating is developing, recruits scholar and novelist John Ronald Reuel Tolkien to travel to Germany to find out what this might be, using the German popularity of his children’s novel The Hobbit as cover. Joining him there is MI-6 agent Ian Fleming, still years away from his own writing career but posing as a Reuters journalist. Together, Tolkien and Fleming will get to the heart of the secret – and they will face a fury greater than even their prodigious imaginations considered possible.
Both an astounding work of suspense and a literary treasure trove to delight fans of either author, No Dawn for Men is a nonstop adventure.
Read an excerpt here.
Praise for No Dawn for Men
“Simply UN-PUT-DOWN-ABLE…. Sinister, mystical, comical and daring, No Dawn For Men will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. A gripping and captivating read that I highly recommended to all book lovers!”
– Reading for Pleasure
“I blasted through this book.”
– Cheryl’s Book Nook
“Heroes abound in this account of heroic action; after all there was no short supply of heroes during WWII and if you’re looking for action and daring deeds James Le Pore and Carlos Davis show they are no beginners when it comes sharing a tale of adventure.”
– Lynnette’s Book World
“If you are a fan of Tolkien or Fleming, then I highly suggest you pick up a copy of No Dawn for Men.”
– Books: The Cheapest Vacation You Can Buy
“A rousing success, a thrilling adventure that does its clever frame story justice.”
“No Dawn for Men again proves James LePore to be a superb crafter of thriller novels…. Highly, highly recommended!”
– Crystal Book Reviews
“Action-packed from the onset and never slowing down, fans of the two great authors and readers who appreciate a unique superbly-written 1930s thriller will enjoy this unique, tense war drama.”
– Midwest Book Review