Blueprint For Genocide
Blueprint For Genocide is a historical fiction that grabs the reader with mystery and intrigue. The story takes place at an idyllic remote family summer home located on the Michigan shores of Lake Huron.
The mystery and intrigue begins as Fritz and his brother-in-law Aram discover a German Luger in a swastika insignia engraved metal box and other World War II artifacts at the beach. The story has many sub-plots as Fritz and Aram search for the truth about the Jewish Holocaust, the escape of former Nazis to America and the Armenian Genocide.
As they search for the Blueprint For Genocide, Fritz and Aram discover the United States Government’s true motives for failing to recognize the massacre of the Armenian people during the early twentieth century as genocide.
About Jeffrey F. Paulsen (Detroit, Michigan Author)
Jeffrey F. Paulsen has been an international business lawyer for over 25 years. His wife Diane is also a lawyer and of Armenian ancestry. Jeff and Diane have three children and they live in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. To write his first novel, Jeff drew upon his life experiences as a lawyer, being the son of a decorated World War II fighter pilot and a member by marriage of a large Armenian family that enjoys the warm summer days and cool summer evenings at a cottage along the shores of Lake Huron. While the characters and story are fictional, the scenarios are plausible, and the failures of the United States Government are true.