by Alton Brunswick
Steffie Shroeder has a quiet, normal life and is weeks away from graduating military school as an officer in Munich. Her world is, however, brutally shattered when a badly wounded black man gets in her car in the parking lot of a mall. Suspecting he is in trouble, she sets to raise the alarm but when she sees his gun pointing at her and the riddling of her door with bullets from his assailants, she backs the car up and takes off. The man gives her a black envelope, credit card and instructions. He alerts her that her military ambition is over once seen together before dying moments later.
The envelope contains information on Jeurgen, a Nazi looter who runs to the US and makes a name for himself. Only one person knows his identity and he is determined to silence him. Her task is to reach a man in California, the recipient of the envelope. Her life takes a twist as she is pursued by men determined to get the list back quietly. Declared terrorist and wanted, she fights a network intent on keeping her in Germany and succeeds, only her will keeping her alive as she overcomes another scare in California.
Alton Brunswick is the author of Mt Asford Bridge. Before becoming an author he wrote screenplays, some of which he has novelized. The Munich List is an instance. He received a BSc(Hons) in Civil Eng from the University of Sci & Tech, Ghana and an MA in International Business from the University of Northampton, UK. He worked briefly as a graduate engineer in Birmingham and a Math tutor at a private Senior High School in Ghana. He fondly remembers his love for action movies as being the reason why he decided to become a writer. He lives in Ghana.
Imprint: Addison & Highsmith Publishers
240 pp., 6 x 9 in. (229 x 152 mm)
Date of Publication: November 2022