The Last Nazi

Rated 5.00/5 based on 7 reviews
The Last Nazi is found in the American Midwest after 50 years! Born of German immigrants he takes on the bitterness of his family from the defeat in WWI; sympathizing with Hitler, he wields vengeance on an unsuspecting merchant of a local community. Yet, the ghosts of the past haunt him. His greatest fear of being found becomes a reality and his only salvation in the end, but it is too late. More
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About Anthony O'Brian

Anthony O'Brian is a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest. He has a beautiful wife, three wonderful children and one dog. O'Brian has worked a wide variety of jobs, traveled the continental U.S. extensively, and been involved in several professional and non-professional capacities through the years, as a teacher, principal, P.E. instructor, construction worker, bus driver, public speaker, welder, editor, truck driver, machinist, and mechanic; currently a business owner and President of a non-profit corporation. He enjoys writing and has plans for several books to be published soon. Anthony and his family are traveling the United States again working for their non-profit corporation.

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Donald H Sullivan reviewed on on June 13, 2016

A great read for suspense lovers. I couldn't stop reading from start to finish. I saw the story as a combination of Poe and Hitchcock.
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Kat reviewed on on Aug. 20, 2015

Enjoyable read. Thought provoking. Wish it was a bit longer so we could have gotten to know the characters more.
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Joana Mitchelle reviewed on on Aug. 8, 2015

I will not compare the author to the Allan Poe but this is a good read.
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C. T. Raye reviewed on on June 14, 2014

A great read, I really enjoyed it. I am ready to start on the next book.
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Xtreme1 reviewed on on April 16, 2014

My only regret was that it was so short. The way the story was vividly described, with twists in the plot, reminded me of my favorite author. Can't wait to read more from this author!
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mike berg reviewed on on Nov. 9, 2013

A very compelling read ! I don't know why , but it "felt" like I was reading a short story by Poe.
The initial thesis caught my imagination and the story had me hooked from then......
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Taya Kelley reviewed on on Sep. 28, 2013

What a well written, exciting book! Kept me on the edge of my seat all the way to the end! How about a sequel? Another book soon? A very good, thought provoking read! Definitely demands your full attention! I highly recommend this book.
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