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Author: Michael Dean

Michael Dean has a history degree from Worcester College, Oxford, an MSc in Applied Linguistics from Edinburgh University and a translator's qualification (AIL) in German. He has published several novels. The Darkness into Light omnibus (Sharpe Books, 2017), The Rise and Fall of the Nazis comprises five titles: Before the Darkness - about the German Jewish Foreign Minister Walther Rathenau, assassinated in 1922; The Crooked Cross - about Hitler and art; The Enemy Within - about Dutch resistance during the Nazi occupation; Hour Zero - about Germany in 1946; Magic City - a novel of Jewish identity set in Germany in the early 1970s. He also published some stand-alone novels: Thorn, (Bluemoose Books, 2011) about Spinoza and Rembrandt; I, Hogarth (Duckworth-Overlook, 2012), which sets out to unify Hogarth's life with his art. His novels, THE WHITE CRUCIFIXION, about Marc Chagall, and TRUE FREEDOM, or how America came to fight Britain for its independence, were published by Holland Park Press in 2018 and 2019. His non-fiction includes a book about Chomsky and many educational publications.

A Diamond in the Dust
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A Diamond in the Dust

Holland Park Press

A novel showing King Charles I growing up and finding love, and putting the vilified king in a different light.A DIAMOND IN THE DUST is a fictionalised account of the life of Charles I from his birth to the age of twenty-eight. It shows England’s mo...

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True Freedom
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True Freedom

Holland Park Press

Fiction. Set in Boston and London over sixteen years, TRUE FREEDOM is a panoramic account of how America came to fight Britain for its freedom in the eighteenth century. The Boston scene is set though vignettes about the people who shaped its histor...

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The White Crucifixion
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The White Crucifixion

Holland Park Press

Fiction. Art. Jewish Studies. THE WHITE CRUCIFIXION starts with Chagall's difficult birth in Vitebsk 1887, in the present-day Belarus, and tells the unlikely story of how the eldest son of a herring schlepper became enrolled in art school where he q...

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