Usually ships next business day
Shipping options »
List Price $14.99
In Stock
Voodoo Dancer

Voodoo Dancer

Author Daniel E. Griffin III
Publisher Printed on Paige
Publication Date November 2017
Section Espresso Book Machine Books / Printed Here
Type New
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781532348600

Jordan Rich WBZ CBS Radio 1030 Book Club Review:

“…Daniel E. Griffin III… has penned a terrific World War II-era novel…”

“There’s a ton of intrigue and action as Griffin invents some memorable characters who share the spotlight with actual historical figures…”

“It’s 1939 and German Intelligence is avidly seeking American secrets, information about rocketry developed by the famed scientist Robert Goddard.”

“Visit his website and check it out.”



A game of manipulation and intrigue is played out on American shores as the threat of the Third Reich grows and the United States tries to stay out of Hitler’s war.

The time is 1939, and Americans have no understanding of how much money is being spent by German Military Intelligence to keep America’s isolationist policy firmly in place. Wealthy and influential bankers, politicians, and German sympathizers are being moved like chess pieces at the direction of the Nazi Abwehr to steal military secrets from the United States. Americans are a trusting people. They have no idea to what lengths the German war machine will go in order to ensure victory.

Follow two American brothers as they become unwittingly entangled in a Nazi conspiracy that could change the course of history and awaken the sleeping giant that is the United States.

Want to see your book printed here?
Find out about custom printing with us!

All print-on-demand titles are non-returnable, including Google Books and self-published titles.

There are no customer reviews for this item yet.

Our Frequent Buyer Card

Members of our Frequent Buyer Program receive benefits at Harvard Book Store and Sign up for free!

Learn More »

Noteworthy Signed Books: Join the Club!

Join our Signed First Edition Club (or give a gift subscription) for a signed book of great literary merit, delivered to you monthly.

Learn More »

Shipping & Delivery

Shipping rates
and options, locally
and throughout
the U.S.

Learn More »