In the days of Teutonic rulers... barons, dukes and counts of Prussian royal lineage, the ambitious coachman, Johann Kutsche, had struck a deal with Baron von Keidel. In 1862 the secret agreement had been designed to fulfill the needs of both the royal patriarchy and the working class family. This deal with the devil would allow the Kutsches to break free from their rigid social structure. Heinrich, the coachman's son, was to be the primary benefactor of his father's actions. Raised and educated alongside the young baron, Max von Keidel, Heinrich had come to believe that his privileged life would last forever. Upon tragedy, war and scandal, Heinrich's conflicted world had collapsed in disillusionment. Tormented by this darkness, he took a new path in life... to the New World and into the arms of his loving wife, Emma.
Living within two worlds, "Henry" was caught between the rich and the poor, never knowing where he truly belonged. His demons would come to haunt all those who had crossed his path, including his loving wife and their six children. Struggling to survive horrendous living conditions in the tenements of New York City, Henry's sons and daughters would rise above all obstacles to find the way to redemption. His beautiful daughter, Bella, would be the link between the past and the present, as she faced difficult decisions of her own.
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April 04, 2011
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