Krista K. Hatch's historical fiction novel, Silent No More (ASIN B005VDFI58, about 85K, ebook) was published on October 12, 2011, by Fantasy Island Publishing Company. The book is available from Amazon.com. The author's website is at www.kkhatch.com.
Silent No More is the story of Elisabeth Bauer, a modern young woman side-tracked by a freak twist in time to 1942-era Munich, Germany, where she unites with a rag-tag group of medical students bent on bringing Germany back from the brink of Hitler’s insanity. On the desperate journey to find a way back into her own world, she begins to see that life is not all black and white, and that sometimes even the most courageous can falter.
Krista K. Hatch lives in Denver, Colorado, where she is a homemaker and mother of three rambunctious kids. She has longed to be a writer ever since she wrote her first novel at age 17. After graduating with a degree in journalism from Brigham Young University, she spent more than seven years in the field, working in the newsroom at Voice of America, and as associate and copy editor with Military Market Magazine and Federal Times, both of the Army Times Publishing Company, a division of Gannett. She grew up in Germany and Holland and is fluent in German.