- About Dave
David Fiedler is the author of four books to date, including a history of Missouri’s WWII prisoner-of-war camps called The Enemy Among Us: POWs in Missouri During World War II, for which he received the Governor’s Award for the Humanities, plus a newly-released counterpart novel, My Enemy, My Love.
- My Enemy, My Love
My Enemy, My Love
My Enemy, My Love is a companion novel to Enemy Among Us, it tells the story of a German POW, a professor drafted against his will into the army in the last months of the war. Captured and sent to the U.S., the prisoner finds a dangerous romance with an American woman on the farm where he and others are working. Based on true situations uncovered by research on the original book and relayed to him by people who experienced these events first hand. Softcover, 272 pp, features original POW artwork.
- The Enemy Among Us
The Enemy Among Us
The Enemy Among Us: POWs in Missouri During WWII: a fascinating account of the 15,000 German and Italian Prisoners of War held in two dozen camps in Missouri between 1942-1946. Richly laced with first-hand accounts from people who lived this amazing and little-known chapter of history. Hardcover, 460 pp, 120 maps, photos and illustrations.