The Russians are at the gates of Berlin. The war is won. Or is it? Even as the Red Army deals Nazi Germany its death blow, Hauptmann Träger, reluctant hero of the Reich, is working his way to the heart of Moscow with the last of Germany’s wonder weapons. The Last Blitzkrieg is a fast-paced thriller woven around real people and actual historical events sometimes more surprising than fiction.
Stephen Lautens proves that the nut doesn’t fall far from the tree in this hilarious collection of his best columns about a day to day world that often refuses to make sense. Plus there’s the joys of parenthood and you’ll also finally discover the differences between men and women (hint - it’s all about flashlights, home surgery and how you feel about finding bulk toilet paper on sale).