The Hitler Diaries by Jim Williams
A Cold War Thriller

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A stunning literary prophecy. The international bestseller that caused a sensation when it was published nine months before the Hitler Diaries forgery scandal.
A French aristocrat and his mistress are murdered.
A mysterious businessman offers the Fuehrer’s diaries to a New York publishing house. Are they a hoax or a record of terrifying truth?
A controversial historian and his beautiful assistant are commissioned to find out the answer. Together they follow a trail that draws them into a terrifying web of conspiracy and slaughter. Competing forces fight to publish or suppress Hitler’s account of the War and secret negotiations with his enemies.
Are the Diaries a genuine and shattering revision of history, whose revelation must be prevented? Or are they a forged, sinister attempt to destabilise contemporary Cold War politics?
If the Hitler Diaries are authentic, then who left the bunker alive?

About Jim Williams

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Jim Williams, a retired lawyer from Louisiana and avid fly fisherman in the Rockies, came to the realization that if you learn the proper techniques and knowledge of trout and their feeding opportunities, that you can catch fish on any day of the year. He saw the challenge of simplyfying a complex subject and organized it in this book.
Published May 10, 2013 by Marble City Publishing. 341 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, War, Crime. Fiction

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