Covenant of Poppies
1992. A journalist in war-torn Yugoslavia uncovers the truth about democracy, lies, and love.
Two sisters, one a pop star, the other an actress, are part of a covert government program in which minds can be triggered to perform any action required by its handler.
A secret holocaust conducted between the Church and the Fascist powers causes an innocent race of people to be demonized as part of a plot to bury one of the most heinous crimes in modern history.
E. Lane Keller’s writing embodies a search for truth in the modern world and has appeared in multiple literary magazines, in books published by Simon & Schuster and Reed Elsevier/Butterworth Heinemann, and in stageplays appearing in the Eastern U.S.