The Juno Letters

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Letters discovered in a tin box hidden in the foundation of a small cottage in Normandy reveal a terrible secret, a desperate whisper between the lines. Antoine's world was collapsing. His beautiful Marianne, his precious daughter Ariéle, missing. The lives of hundreds - perhaps thousands - of allied soldiers preparing to storm Juno Beach on D-Day literally are in his hands. The Gestapo hunt him as a traitor - the French resistance as a collaborator. As chaos erupts all around him, Antoine must choose - to find Marianne and Ariéle, or face Hell even if it means he could lose his family, his only friend, and his life.

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  • Book 1

    • The Juno Letters

    • By: L. W. Hewitt
    • Narrated by: Gary Regal
    • Length: 11 hrs and 6 mins
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    Letters discovered in a tin box hidden in the foundation of a small cottage in Normandy reveal a terrible secret, a desperate whisper between the lines. Antoine's world was collapsing. His beautiful Marianne, his precious daughter Ariéle, missing. The lives of hundreds - perhaps thousands - of allied soldiers preparing to storm Juno Beach on D-Day literally are in his hands.

    Regular price: £22.39

  • Book 2

    • Cross of Fire

    • The Juno Letters, Book 2
    • By: L. W. Hewitt
    • Narrated by: Gary Regal
    • Length: 10 hrs and 9 mins
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    As Nazi-occupied France collapsed under the Allied onslaught in 1944, Gela Pientka defiantly kept a bloody truth that could topple governments and destabilize world currencies. To protect her family, she took the frightening secret to her grave. Gala's journal, however, exposes a stunning discovery - a corrupt "money train," supported by murder and slavery, fueled by the foul stench of greed. Powerful international forces seek to destroy the last evidence of their treason by silencing everyone who discovers the secret.

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  • Book 3

    • Clan of the Black Sun

    • The Juno Letters, Volume 3
    • By: L. W. Hewitt
    • Narrated by: Gary Regal
    • Length: 10 hrs and 32 mins
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    A mysterious stone of black obsidian holds a magical grip over a rural French clan ripped apart by an ancient curse. The Nazis covet the relic as a weapon of immense power that will lead their armies to victory in the West. The Allies fear rumors of the stone mask a deadly weapon that threatens the invasion of Fortress Europe. The resistance risks annihilation to recover it. The French police and the Gestapo will destroy all in their path to possess it.

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  • Book 4

    • As Angels Weep

    • The Juno Letters, Book 4
    • By: L.W. Hewitt
    • Narrated by: Gary Regal
    • Length: 11 hrs and 9 mins
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    A storm explodes on German streets in November, 1938 - The Night of Broken Glass. The Holocaust has begun - and the world has changed forever. The little girls Rabbi Shalev calls his "Three Angels" flee their burning orphanage in terror, fearing for their lives. Hunted by an obsessed Gestapo captain, the best friends are torn apart and cast in the violent maelstrom of occupied Europe. No government can help them. No army will come to their rescue. Corruption and greed stalk them at every turn

    Regular price: £24.19

  • Book 5

    • The Scavengers of Graveny Marsh

    • The Juno Letters, Book 5
    • By: L. W. Hewitt
    • Narrated by: Kurt J. Haak
    • Length: 10 hrs and 1 min
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    The stables stood since Elizabethan times on the grounds of Castle Whitstable in Kent. There was a time when the trumpets of war sounded the stables’ grooms fitted the castle mounts for battle. That was before the Great War, and before machine guns, mustard gas, and aeroplanes. It was a glorious time, at least in the myths woven to disguise the blood and screams of men and horses dying in battle.

    Regular price: £22.89