• On Either Side Part 2: Shadows of Karl Wulf

  • By: Jon Halfhide
  • Narrated by: Rebecca McKernan
  • Length: 6 hrs and 45 mins
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Publisher's Summary

This is the sequel to the war story On Either Side, and you will need to have listened to the original to understand this one. The second book is set in the early 1970s and follows the exploits of Karl Wulf's son, Carl King, and his girlfriend, Zari Wulf, once married to his father. New characters are introduced as well as some old ones. Let's go hunting Nazi war criminals!

©2018 Jon Halfhide (P)2019 Jon Halfhide

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love and war story!

This book was so good! I'm looking forward to book there! I recommend it to anyone!

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love does not work same way alaways

How he helped the Jews escape and was rewarded But he should have not listened to everyone and tried to work harder for love like he did in war.he alaways remember about Brenda King