By David Isherwood
272 pages, Illustrated, 6 ½” x 9 ½”
Did Himmler really take his own life on the collapse of Nazi Germany? This compelling thriller presents a different history, in which Himmler arranges with Mengele for the creation of a double who would be arrested and commit suicide in his place.
Charles Whiting, the veteran British Author of many non fiction World War II books and over 20 wartime fiction novels has recently said of 'Himmler's Double':
'In his 'faction' D.H. Isherwood has produced a fascinating account of what supposedly really happened to Hitler's 'loyal Heinrich', the man who would never betray him.
Gripping, fast moving, based on excellent research, this is a taut tale that should be on the bookshelf of everyone interested in the events of that dreadful summer of 1945.
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