About Heinz Kohler

HEINZ KOHLER was born in Berlin, Germany, where he grew up before and during World War II. By the war’s end, he found himself in rural East Germany and spent years watching the Nazi tyranny give way to a Communist one. He made it to West Berlin before the Wall went up and then to the United States. Since 1961, he has lived in Massachusetts, teaching Economics at Amherst College, publishing numerous textbooks, and logging thousands of flight hours as a commercial pilot. These manifold experiences come to life in his first novel–a powerful tale of war and its aftermath that will grip you from beginning to end.


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Book 1: Extraordinary Birds.
Book 2. Brainteasers.
Book 3. Unusual Plants.

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