Sunday, March 10, 2013

Germania is Back!

April, 1945. Hitler’s deep inside his bunker in Berlin and he’s not coming out, except maybe, eventually feet-first. The war is finally ending and now, suddenly, people have started wondering what comes next?

But even as Nazi Germany is being torn to pieces and swallowed up by the Allies, Hitler’s henchmen are jockeying with each other over who will be the next Fuhrer. The problem is it can’t be just anybody. It has to be someone Eisenhower won’t just respect, it has to be someone he’!

Himmler, Goering, Speer; each believes he’s the one. But someone else unexpected gets the job. Suddenly the war is over. Suddenly everything is different, but not different in the ways they’d expected.

Even though the defeat is total, the surrender, unconditional, nobody, not even the victorious Allies, know what to do next. For a while, at least, the surviving Nazis are free to imagine any rosy, surreal future they wish. Days turn into weeks and a caretaker regime does what all governments naturally do; it grows. Welcome to the Flensburg Reich of Hitler’s successor, Grand Admiral Karl Doenitz!

And into this unhinged world sail four brothers, Manni, Franzi, Ziggy and Sebastian, the once-famous Flying Magical Loerber Brothers and the toast of Prewar Berlin. This time, though, they’re not out to entertain. They’re Jews, they’re spies, they’re assassins and they’re out for revenge.

Originally published by Simon & Schuster in 2008, now available on Kindle at an afordable price! Here is the link

Do us a big favor and buy the book.

1 comment:

  1. Hey there, friends and neighbors out there in Radio-Land. After much prevailing, I got my publisher to hand back most of the rights to Germania. This includes the ebook rights. They have this way of making you not want to buy a book by setting the price waaaaaay too high. I guess this way, you'll instead buy something by James Patterson or Snooki.

    But anyway, now at long last, GERMANIA is available at a reasonable price as an ebook. Go to Amazon. its there. Of course, if you're in Canada or the US you're still TSOL.

    Now maybe I can find a Brit publisher.