A Bridge to Elne

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AuthorHouse, Apr 1, 2010 - Fiction
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It was the best novel I've read in 10 years! Concisely written and historically accurate, "A Bridge to Elne" is a gripping depiction of humanity's ability to survive its darkest hours. Through a French Resistance fighter, Marcel Pointer, and a German officer who despises his regime, Johann Weller, the reader visits a nebulous underworld where the lines between hunter and prey vanish, as they share a common will to endure. War brutalizes the soul perhaps as much as the body, leaving only the strong to pick up the pieces and march on. This book is as much about the strength of the human soul as it is about good eclipsing evil. I hopefully look forward to seeing it one day on the big screen.

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About the author (2010)

THE AUTHOR A retired optometric physician, Indianer grew up in Miami Beach, Florida and attended the University of Alabama and Southern College of Optometry. He served as an Air Force Bio-Medical Services Officer for three years, before opening his practice in Daytona Beach, Florida. A long time lecturer on eye-related subjects, he has also lectured on International Terrorism for the past 15 years. An avid golfer, skier, and tennis player, he has traveled world-wide with his family and friends enjoying his other hobby, photography. He has written two plays, SAMMY, and the drama A BRIDGE TO ELNE, on which this novel is based. He and his wife have two daughters and four grandchildren.

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