To Trust in What We Cannot See

by Dennis Mansfield


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/30/2019

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Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781532083259
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781532083242
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781532083266

About the Book

Dennis Mansfield's newest book takes readers to an ethical dilemma in meeting Hitler, Stalin, Lenin, Trotsky and Tito – all in one setting, all at one time – in 1913. Before they became tyrants, they were young men and neighbors – all in the same European city – though they did not know each other. Researched over two years in seven countries and the Holy Land, this is a historical science-fiction story of what did happen and what could have happened.

Linking Brian Greene's incredible work, The Elegant Universe, with Ulysses S. Grant's Personal Memoirs seems an unlikely place to travel through spacetime dimensions - but with the help of well-researched history, physics and science, along with a vivid imagination, the story takes the reader to Vienna, Austria during the very cold month of January, 1913 to Cafe Central; a coffee shop where men with cold hearts are sipping hot drinks and planning their blood-lust futures.


About the Author

Dennis Mansfield is the author of 8 books - non-fiction and fiction. He loves a great story, especially those born from history. Hence, he's a veracious reader and movie buff. While he's always enjoyed writing, he had no ambition to be an author. When his son Nate passed away in 2009, he began looking at life in a totally different way. It was the crucible of grief that ignited his passion to write about life and to chronicle the lessons he learned from his experience, in his first book, Beautiful Nate. Seven books later he's still writing and it's part of his DNA — an outlet for the stories that fill his mind. A Member of the West Point Class of 1978, where he served as Class President and a candidate for U.S. Congress, Dennis is an author, business coach and speaker at DennisMansfield.com