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“To Rise Again” by Stewart Bint, is a Mysterious Love

Here is some great news for Mysterious Love readers. Bint will walk you through the mysteries and horror of his novel, “To Rise Again." Who is Stewart Bint? Keep reading. Author Bio A former broadcaster and PR writer, Stewart Bint is now semi-retired, devoting just a few hours a day to his next novel, and has his own column in ...

Here is some great news for Mysterious Love readers. Bint will walk you through the mysteries and horror of his novel, “To Rise Again." Who is Stewart Bint? Keep reading.

Author Bio

Stewart Bint

A former broadcaster and PR writer, Stewart Bint is now semi-retired, devoting just a few hours a day to his next novel, and has his own column in a monthly magazine. He has four published novels and a collection of short stories. Married, with two grown-up children, he lives in Leicestershire in the UK, and celebrated his 40th wedding anniversary earlier this year. He was born in the dim and distant past (under extreme torture he'll admit it was in 1956). Stewart goes barefoot almost all the time, regularly hiking on woodland and moorland trails in bare feet.

About the book, “To Rise Again

Just before the German occupation of Jersey during World War ll, the Marquand family flee their home in the English Channel, and never return. Now, it's the summer of 1983, and the once-oppulent Idlewild mansion is crumbling and derelict. The mansion holds a mysterious lure for 18-year-old David Simeon, who dreams of Idlewild years past, as it used to be., But who is the young girl he sees, endlessly wandering through its corridors?

As the nerve-shattering link between David, the girl, and the mysterious Idlewild comes to light. Is it too late to stop the seeds of destruction and world domination planted there long ago, during Adolf Hitler's last desperate throw of the dice in World War ll?

Fantasy, science fiction, horror, and paranormal mingle in Stewart Bint's “To Rise Again”, as the threads of 1945 and 1983 slowly intertwine to reveal a world on the brink of destruction.

Opening of “To Rise Again”

Colonel von Brauschlow read the directive again. This was the first time his inconsequential outpost on Jersey had received a communication from the Drittes Reich High Command. And addressed to him personally. That made him proud. Especially when his eyes lingered.

The title and name at the bottom: Der Führer, Adolf Hitler. The message outlining Hitler's plan left von Brauschlow in no doubt. The future of the German Fatherland and the master race rested entirely in his hands.

He smiled at the thought that Jersey, this tiny island surrendered by the British Government to the German occupying forces in June 1940 as being of no strategic importance, would be the starting point for the final realisation of Hitler's dream: world domination.

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