The Lebensborn Alliance by Joyce Yvette Davis
The Lebensborn Series Book II
The Lebensborn Alliance begins 11 years after The Lebensborn Experiment ends in the four-book series.
During WWII, Sergeant Kapp Johnson of the 761st Tank Battalion is held prisoner by Nazi Colonel, Victor Strauss in a medieval castle. Instead of a psychedelic drug meant to kill the sergeant, Johnson is injected with the Elixir of Life serum invented by Dr. Josef Weiss by mistake. Besides endless life, the serum enhances Kapp’s physical abilities, giving him superhuman powers. Dr. Weiss also injects his nephew, Hans, and a 10-year-old Polish boy, Adok, with the serum, boosting their natural abilities. Hans and Kapp are together in the castle tower when Kapp, believed to be dead, falls from the tower window. After the war, and the death of Dr. Weiss, Hans and Adok move to Canada. The two become like brothers.
It is now 1956 and the dawn of the Civil Rights Movement. Former Sergeant Kapp Johnson gets enlisted as Dr. Martin Luther Kings’ bodyguard and moves to Montgomery, Alabama. Hans has inherited millions from his uncle and buys the Vancouver Daily Times. As Managing Editor, Hans sends Adok to Montgomery to report on the bus boycott. When Adok gets involved with the local KKK and goes missing, Hans’ prophecy he would one day meet Sergeant Johnson again comes true. Hans travels to Alabama where he solicits Kapp’s help to find Adok. Kapp recruits two of his WWII buddies to join the search. Now a team, Hans and Kapp’s quest to rescue Adok reveals a more sinister plot that may plunge the world into another global war and eventually lead the alliance back to Germany.
In this exciting second installment of the Lebensborn series, the number of people transfused with the serum grows, and so does the threat that their immortality may get discovered. Learn about the chauvinism and class struggles among the Civil Rights Leaders. Discover what happened to the Oberstfuhrer, Victor Strauss. In Book I, the high-minded Dr. Weiss didn’t think Strauss is the “Ideal Aryan Type,” and refuses to administer the serum to the Colonel. Dr. Weiss tells Strauss that the only way he will get the serum is if the Oberstfuhrer selects the vial containing the drug himself. In a dangerous game similar to Russian Roulette, which vial did the Nazi Colonel choose… the deadly hallucinogenic or the Elixir of life?