Brave women, patriotic men, and foolishly daring children are the true-life heroes in this novel. Inspired by the brave Belgian and English nationals who resisted the Imperial German Army occupation of Belgium during The Great War, this historical novel follows the ordinary civilians who valiantly fought for their tiny but proud country. From the humblest field worker to the most privileged nobility, small pockets of resistance formed to defy and deter the unwelcome occupiers. Yet the Germans had plans of their own for dealing with occupied resistance—the Agent Provocateur.
Charles began his fiction-writing career in 2012, after serving 34 years in the U.S. military and working extensively in research, analysis, military affairs, systems engineering, program management, and human resources management. His previous works include Satan’s Pitchfork and Two-Faced.