December Radio

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BUY DECEMBER RADIO PAPERBACK, GET 4 EBOOKS FREE!

Buy December Radio Paperback in a USA or UK bookshop, get any four of Lazlo Ferran’s eBooks FREE!
USA & UK Only

December Radio is Lazlo Ferran’s second wartime romantic thriller, and its a lulu!

To celebrate its release as a paperback,  there is a unique offer for you! The December Radio paperback is available to order in bookshops, but only in the USA & UK. So if you live in America or Britain, listen up!

Here’s the deal

1. Follow Lazlo Ferran today on one of his social media pages; Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Visit any branch of Barnes & Noble in the USA of UK (or if you don’t have one, any other bookshop) and order December Radio (B&N price: $16.19). Please note: this offer is not for online purchases.

eBooks are priced at up to $9.99 and you can choose any of these formats: pdf, ePub, pdb, lit, html, kindle format. So you can’t lose!

And:

2. Go to Facebook and post a selfie of you with the book there with the title “I bought December Radio” (or on your Instagram or Twitter page) and message him.

3. Or email a photo of your receipt to lazloferran@gmail.com

Don’t forget to specify which 4 books and formats you want!

That’s it! Have fun.
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December Radio
by Lazlo Ferran

What would have happened if the Nazi’s developed ‘THE BOMB’ first?

Based on real events. If German scientists had developed nuclear fission first, the world would be changed.

What if? Actually, German scientists were far ahead of the United States in creating the first atom bomb. It was only through the daring exploits of brave men and women that the US succeeded in obtaining the first nuclear weapon and saved the world from being subject to German Nazi rule. Hitler, driving his scientists to extraordinary means, almost achieved domination over all mankind. The thought of such a ruler is chilling, yet could well have come to pass.

Based on actual events, Ferran draws the reader into the frightening concept that such a possibility did in fact take place and a few men and women were faced with the ultimate sacrifice. Could such a possibility exist today?