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Book Review: Blitzed, by Norman Ohler

Norman Ohler’s Blitzed is an extensively researched book that provides another view of Hitler’s Germany. Despite Der Fuehrer’s official (and hypocritical) pretence of abstemiousness, he did eat meat, and he did drink, and he did have a mistress. We can … Continue reading

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Goodreads Giveaway: Mouth of the Lion

Enter for a chance to win one of 10 paperback copies of my historical novel/espionage thriller, “In the Mouth of the Lion.”  The Giveaway ends in about 1 month (February 16, 2017). For details, follow this link to Goodreads: giveaway … Continue reading

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Have We a Hitler in Our Future?

Five years of research have given me unique insights into the mind and personality of Adolf Hitler. My first book, In the Mouth of the Lion, an espionage thriller, addressed ten factual questions:

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In the Mouth of the Lion — Kindle Version

The ebook version of In the Mouth of the Lion has been released at a price about half of the already modestly-priced print version. Some comments by other authors: “Be prepared for a wild ride! J Guenther’s delightful new novel, … Continue reading

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