Recent release “13 Forgotten” from Page Publishing author Gregory Quinn is a stirring novel based on the true story of thirteen Russian Jews desperate to escape Eastern Europe, where Hitler’s genocide was matched by the murderous persecution of Stalin’s regime. A small band of sailors on an American merchant marine vessel risk everything to help them and change the lives of all on board forever.
Gregory Quinn, a Kansas City, Missouri native and avid drag racing enthusiast who founded a successful construction company specializing in fire and water damage restoration, restored a dilapidated bowling center and turned it into a successful business, and painted his super pro ‘67 Camaro race car pink and raised thousands of dollars doing fundraisers for families that have been affected by cancer, has completed his new book “13 Forgotten”: an evocative work that keeps the pages turning until its satisfying conclusion.
Thirteen Jews, stowaways, made it to the coast of America only to be caught. They sat together on the deck of the old ship, land of the free in sight, knowing they would be sent back to communist Russia.
What would be waiting for them there? If they were lucky, a quick execution, probably ending up in a gulag, and working to the death.
Maybe, possibly, they could escape again. What would be the outcome? Execution? Drowning, prison? Nobody knew. One thing is for sure, they were not about to give up.
Two choices—escape or death!
Published by Page Publishing, Gregory Quinn’s engrossing book is a riveting choice for avid realistic non-fiction readers.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “13 Forgotten” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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