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Early praise for No Dawn for Men:


“A rousing success, a thrilling adventure that does its clever frame story justice.”

– Booklist


“Simply UN-PUT-DOWN-ABLE…. Sinister, mystical, comical and daring, No Dawn For Men will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. A gripping and captivating read that I highly recommended to all book lovers!”

– Reading for Pleasure


“I blasted through this book.”

– Cheryl’s Book Nook


“If you are a fan of Tolkien or Fleming, then I highly suggest you pick up a copy of No Dawn for Men.”

– Books: The Cheapest Vacation You Can Buy


No Dawn for Men again proves James LePore to be a superb crafter of thriller novels…. Highly, highly recommended!”

– Crystal Book Reviews











It is 1939. The scourge that is Nazi Germany is trampling Europe as its scientists vie to deliver ever-increasing destructive power. Now physicist Walter Friedeman – a friend of Albert Einstein's since childhood – has found a formula to enrich uranium in three months rather than the previously expected five years. Such a formula could deliver Germany the first atomic arsenal. But Friedeman does not believe in the Nazi cause. Friedeman wants the formula in the hands of America, but getting it to them himself will be nearly impossible. He sets into motion a plan to use his teenaged son, a Hitler Youth, to unwittingly do the job using a message Friedeman has encoded in the Elvish language created by J.R.R. Tolkien in his novel The Hobbit.


What follows is a quest across continents as Einstein, Tolkien, and MI-6 officer Ian Fleming work together to find Friedeman's son, decode the message, and wrest control of the nuclear future before Hitler can steal it for himself.


Reuniting Tolkien and Fleming after their adventure in No Dawn for Men, God's Formula is a heart-pounding thriller of World War II.

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2015
June 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
275
Pages
PUBLISHER
Fiction Studio Books
SIZE
1.6
MB

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