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By: Fátima Sousa


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Peter Berger was born in Munich and raised with strong moral principles. However, he always considered himself different, and soon learned that he had to hide his predatory nature. But even living a double life, he was determined to acquire the status of which he always dreamed.

He graduated with distinction from the University of Munich in medicine, became a close friend of Chancellor Adolf Hitler, and built a successful career. In his personal life, he marries the woman he considers suitable, from a wealthy family, with whom he has three children.

During the war, he became known as Captain Velvet, due to his velvety, mesmerizing voice, which was an excellent tool in carrying out his work. Peter thought his life was perfect, until the moment when, as he was sorting out the Jews, as they got off the train at Auschwitz, his gaze was fixed on Kathryn and her whole world suddenly seemed to make no sense.

Peter fell in love for the first time and with a Jewish woman. He knew they had no future and that if the SS found out he was holding her prisoner in his house, forcing her to have a relationship with him, he would be considered a traitor and there was only one price to pay for such a betrayal: death.

But the end of the war is imminent, and Peter has to put an end to his relationship with Kay and he only knows one way to do it…

Fátima Sousa was born on October 13, 1976, on the island of Madeira, travelled to the mainland with her family, still very young, and took up residence in greater Lisbon, where she studied and later began to work in the administrative area, currently Fátima lives in Sintra, Portugal, and has three children. However, from her adolescence that her passion for writing manifested itself, until years later, along with her adoration for history, not only for her country, but also worldwide, regardless of the century, decade or era, she decided to finally surrender and give wings to her imagination from where this novel. 

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