THE DEATH OF THE FUHRER by Roland Puccetti

THE DEATH OF THE FUHRER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This saw (crunch)-scalpel and syringe creature-feature takes place on location in and out of the brain of Hitler which one ""good"" doctor, Gisevius, traces to the operating room in the Berchtesgaden bunker and on, via the initials of a prominent concentration camp neurosurgeon Tranger, to a castle where it has been resected in the body of a beautiful voluptuarian, Baroness Gerda. Gisevius kills her but Tranger has his revanche -- he removes Gisevius' brain and implants some mind-controlled (well somebody has to do something about this) mechanism-cum-electrodes of his own which in turn Gisevius removes in one of the most remarkable auto-procedures imaginable in order to confront both Tranger, and Hitler's still charged brain, in a vault. One for the slopbucket -- echt schlect.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1973
Publisher: St. Martin's Press