Nazi Thriller Wins Gold Medal

By DV Books, Special for  USDR

Rich DiSilvio spins a twisted yarn in his latest thriller, My Nazi Nemesis,earning him the Gold Medal award in the 2016 Readers’ Favorite International Book  Contest.

Featuring thousands of submissions from over ten countries—from noted NY Times best sellers to emerging authors—the competition was the largest and perhaps most difficult to judge to date, making the top tier winners in each category all the more  spectacular.

DiSilvio’s novel is a fast-paced thriller set between the horrors of Nazi Germany and Cold War tensions, yet focuses primarily on the personal rivalry between OSS officer Jack Goodwin and Waffen SS officer Alois Richter. Also entangled in their web of jealousy, hate, and intrigue are two heroic women, Veronika and Eleanor, who play critical roles. The hunt for justice or revenge leads them all across Europe and the USA, with a plethora of historical nuances, bouts of humor, and disturbing dilemmas, thus leading to a shocking conclusion. Besides winning the gold medal, My Nazi Nemesis charted on Amazon’s Best Seller List in the Historical Thrillers  category.

DiSilvio’s plot is cunning and ingenious…”Jack Magnus for Readers’  Favorite

Rich DiSilvio’s novel is an action-packed thriller that is best read with your seatbelt buckled. His descriptive style is so vivid that the atrocities in Auschwitz seem to jump out of the novel’s pages.”Maria Beltran for Readers’  Favorite

Rich DiSilvio has penned numerous magazine and newspaper articles on the topics of history, art, music, politics, the military, architecture and more, and is the author of seven books; four of which are fiction, one historical non-fiction, and two children’s books. The author’s website is at

My Nazi Nemesis is available at,, and other online retailers. Autographed copies available only at

Hardcover:  $29.95 — 978-0-9817625-8-6
Paperback:  $14.99 — 978-0-9817625-7-9
eBook:  $4.99 — 978-0-9817625-9-3


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