Author(s): Jonathan Crown
In Berlin, he was named Levi: a good Jewish dog with a good Jewish name. When his owners fled to America, he became Hercules: star of the silver screen in Hollywood's golden age. Then he caught the eye of Hitler, who called him Hansi: a pure-bred lapdog, privy to all the Fuhrer's secrets. But he was known to the Resistance as Sirius: the insider who could bring peace to a world at war. SIRIUS: the little dog who almost changed history.
Jonathan Crown was born in Berlin and has since led a nomadic life, not unlike Sirius, the hero of his first novel. So far, his travels have taken him to Zurich, New York, Saint-Paul de Vence and Sorrento. He currently lives in Berlin with his dachshund, Kelly.