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Essential reading for fans of #Ken Follett, #Raymond Khoury and #Clive Cussler.
Refugee is a moving, stunning piece of literature that enthralled, entertained and enchanted me from the very first page. Aimee Anne.
What I liked most about this book was that as I read it, I got so engrossed in it that I felt like I was a silent character who was following the protagonist everywhere. Rosemary Oko
Reece Pocock creates a fine study of how ordinary people are swept along by political and military events over which they have no control, but which continue to colour their daily lives. Boris of Adelaide.
Rolf Krieger's journey takes him from a devastated Germany after WW2 to a refugee camp and eventually to South Australia. His family was killed during the bombing and there is nothing left to keep him in his homeland.
He finds prejudice but eventually friends and a job. He falls in love with the beautiful widow Elaine. Her two children are part of the package, but he is not deterred.
However, the war won't go away and what happened during the conflict comes back and threatens his happiness as he tries to keep Elaine in his life and make the war go away and leave him alone.
Reece had about sixty articles published in, TheCheers online magazine. This website also published twelve of Reece's short stories. Two short stories, The Girl in the Red Beret, and What a Dirty Little Town was included in an anthology-The Killing Words-published by Crime-writers SA. Reece won the City of Burnside Library crime short story contest, with his story, The Girl in the Red Beret. His screenplay, The Soldiers, adapted from his novel of the same name, was highly commended in the Di Cranston award administered by the Fellowship of Australian Writers. His Play, 'Awake to Murder' won first prize and was read by Wild-screen in the US. The Ned Kelly writing award long listed, Murder on Display and The Politics of Murder. Reece's first crime novel, Murder on Display, was published by Custom Book Publications in November 2012 and his second novel the Politics of Murder was published by the same publisher in September 2014. He has self-published Evil in the City, a book of crime short stories, Love and War, war-related short stories, Refugee a historical fiction novel. Melissa Lane, girl detective a children's story about missing lunch money, Sarah Loves ice cream a children's story about a girl's obsession with ice cream, How to achieve High Self-esteem, a self-improvement book. He also writes articles, mainly for business. Reece Pocock loves to read and after many years discovered he could write. He has published crime, children, history, short stories. He has also written screenplays and plays receiving an award for a screenplay. He lives with his wife and enjoys his family especially his three beautiful granddaughters. Facebook - http: //on.fb.me/1syhHTw Website http: //bit.ly/1Aq8npr Google + http: //bit.ly/IMptsK Twitter https: //twitter.com/ReecePocock Linkedin https: //www.linkedin.com/in/reece-pocock-11a39219/