The Spitting Image (Paperback)
iUniverse, 9780595379262, 320pp.
Publication Date: January 4, 2006
"The Spitting Image" is the inside story of Germany's descent into defeat and Hitler's attempts to keep his faltering entourage from fleeing the sinking ship. The mysterious appearance of a Hitler Child is welcomed by Nazi leaders as the means to perpetuate Nazi ideals. The boy is groomed to become the symbolic figurehead of the Fourth Reich and is spirited into Argentina to escape falling into the hands of the victorious allies. The involvement of the Vatican and the vivid descriptions of life in the bombed cities make this gripping novel a must-read for anyone interested in recent history. The reader is taken on a roller coaster ride and is left wondering how much is fact and how much - If anything - is fiction.