The Last Nazi
Publication Date: August 2003
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The author of the blockbuster New York Times bestseller The Fourth Procedure weaves a terrifying story about a virus turned weapon of mass destruction.
Stan Pottinger goes where no one else dares—taking crucial medical and social issues and turning them into riveting thrillers. Melissa Gale is an attractive, ambitious lawyer and investigator for the Office of Special Investigations, the Justice Department’s “Nazi Hunters.” Her quarry, known only by the name “Adalwolf,” was the brilliant young protégé of Dr. Josef Mengele, the Butcher of Auschwitz. Presumed dead for almost fifty years, Adalwolf has suddenly reappeared in the United States to take the lives of three people in a chilling, unusual way. Drawing on research started in the Nazi labs, Adalwolf is about to unleash a terrifying virus using Melissa’s soon-to-be born baby as a trigger. The tension builds unbearably as Melissa’s race to save her baby and stop Adalwolf forces her to confront the boundaries of good and evil.
Stan Pottinger is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School. He practiced law in California and served as director of the Office for Civil Rights at the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare and as assistant attorney general of the Civil Rights Division, Department of Justice, in Washington, D.C. He is the New York Times bestselling author of The Fourth Procedure. Mr. Pottinger lives in the New York City area.
Paul Hecht is a Canadian stage, film, and television actor. His was nominated for a Tony award for his performance in the Broadway play Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead. He's also performed in 1776, The Rothschilds, The Great God Brown, Caesar and Cleopatra, Noises Off, and The Invention of Love. He garnered an Obie Award for his performance in the off-Broadway production of Enrico IV. On television, Paul has been seen on Kate and Allie, Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, As the World Turns, Starsky and Hutch, Remington Steele, Miami Vice, and Queer as Folk. Paul’s long career in audiobooks spans dozens of titles and authors as varied as Ray Bradbury and Gore Vidal, Jack Finney and Thomas Mann. In reviewing his performance in Stan Pottinger's The Last Nazi, published by Macmillan Audio, AudioFile magazine said, "Paul Hecht and Maggi-Meg Reed deliver a chilling tale with voices that speed up with the intensity of the plot and mesh well with each other. A must listen." Maggi-Meg Reed has performed as an actress and singer both on and off Broadway. She is the narrator of numerous popular audiobooks including Alex Kava's One False Move, Sebastien Japrisot's A Very Long Engagement, and Audrey Niffenegger's The Time Traveler's Wife. Maggi-Meg is a multiple Audie nominee, Earphones winner, and AudioFile Featured Narrator. In 2008, she was named the Best Voice in Fiction & Classics by AudioFile magazine. Her voice is also heard on television and radio commercials across the country. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.