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Anytime Anywhere Is Out Now


David, Eric, and Emma are best friends growing up in Nazi Germany just before the start of World War II. David is secretly half-Jewish, a secret his best friend and cousin, Eric, doesn't know. Both boys fall for Emma during their last year in school while skinny dipping in the park and later at Hitler Youth Camp. Eric excels and is quickly promoted through the SS ranks. David must hide his deadly secret as both boys compete for Emma. The story takes you from Berlin in the 1930s through the Holocaust and finally to Camp Ohiwa, a sleepaway camp in the United States, in 1965. Here, the lives and families of David, Eric, and Emma intertwine in a story filled with friendship, love, and betrayal. History tends to repeat itself, and it can happen anytime, anywhere.


Born in New Jersey in 1980, Roger Coron‘s childhood bedtime stories usually included history lessons. His father, Mark Coron, a periodontist was born in 1946, would teach him all about American and world history. As a true baby boomer, it was no surprise that his favorite topics included World War II and the Cold War.

History was a passion that Roger and his father shared. When his father died suddenly at the age of 45, Rogers world changed in a minute. At age 11, he was the oldest of three children. On her own, his mother, Jill Coron-Mazzarell raised Roger along with his 9 year old sister, Jennifer and 4 year old brother, Josh. 

With the passing of his father, Roger decided to emulate his career but preferred medicine to dentistry. After high school, Roger studied at Vassar College where he majored in biology. In 2002, he was admitted to the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. After graduating medical school in 2006, he continued his medical training with an internship and residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and a fellowship in Gastroenterology at the New York Medical College.

In 2022, he moved his family to South Florida and joined the Cleveland Clinic where he practices today. He lives with his wife, Radhika, an anesthesiologist and pain management physician and his two children, Mark and Hunter.

Despite his love for gastroenterology, he never lost his passion for history. Thanks to his mother’s guidance, Roger read countless novels on what he considers the most intriguing subject in history, World War II. In 2023, he decided to write his own historical fiction which he published in 2024.

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