The Hetzenberg Chronicles
In the space between European empires two small nations hover on the brink of war. As great men on both sides ponder the future, a secret agent and two unconventional women are about to make their mark.
The Convent of St. Ungulant is home to Sister Mary Amadeus, a nun with a passion for blowing things up, and her best friend Ursula Reitzell, a bold and beautiful novice. Little does Mary A suspect her friend is a spy in the employ of Hetzenberg secret agent Konrad Beckenbaur. Little does Konrad suspect Ursula hides a secret that will light the fuse for war.
When fate calls the three are swept up in events that lead them through moments of high terror and drama, comedy and pathos. Will their combined talents for explosives and mayhem see them through?
Stirring...non-stop action! With the mustached rogues, 10 inch mortars and naughty nuns, you won't be able to put this book down. --Jim, Quebec, Canada
We want more--and more and more and more. This is far too addictive. --David, Warwickshire, UK
I'll take my Hetzenberg fix any way I can get it! --Martin, Indiana, USA
The Hetzenberg Chronicles Volume 1: Prelude to War
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