THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER by Anonymous

THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A long short story, aimed at the market of Address Unknown, reminiscent in setting and use of the shock ending. Loosely constructed, the story lacks the pace and punch of the other book. The story is that of a psychiatrist who seeks to revenge the death of his Jewish wife, at Nazi hands, who uses the identity of a Nazi paranoic to get into the inner circle of Hitler's guards, and who believes he has killed the real Hitler until such time as the man himself enters. Not convincing.

Publisher: George Palmer Putnam