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The Last Nazi

The Last Nazi - Stanley Pottinger The Last Nazi is a sometimes silly, often melodramatic, and not remotely believable tale of a hunt for an old Nazi. Adalwolf, who once assisted Dr. Mengele, is now in his seventies, and is attempting to create a doomsday virus. I'm not sure how this person would have been able to keep up with scientific development and have been able to get the resources to pull of such a thing, but why sweat the details since this author hasn't. There was not a whole lot to like about this novel, other than some suspense and plot turns, but it would not be enough to recommend reading this. I would stay away from the last Nazi.
Carl Alves - author of Two For Eternity