ON THE ROAD TO SIBIU, by Raymund Eich
Romania. August 1944. The Red Army pursues the retreating Germans. Captain Khavanov’s orders: occupy an old fortress on the road to Sibiu, to secure the Red Army’s supply line.
In the fortress lived a frail old man. What about him drew the interest of a commissar from division headquarters? And why did Khavanov’s men disappear one by one?
CARNIVAL IN SORGENBACH, by Raymund Eich
Hans returned from the Great War, haunted. Not only by the horrors of the trenches, but haunted by visions of a more terrifying war to come. Will the parties and parades of Carnival 1919 offer him love and hope? Or doom him and his country to the devastation he foresees?