The Adolf Affect
Gunther Heisman kills his first victim at the tender age of twelve, during a practice baptism in a small pond in his home town of Plains, Iowa. He finds himself alone with a local girl his own age. When he dipped the girl's head in the water for the third time, he did not bring the girl's head up until he was sure that she was dead. Although he was born a natural-born killer, he was greatly inspired by reading everything he could about the life of the murderous late Adolf Hitler. Nine years later, he left his home town and started a murder spree like no other. The press named him the Scorpion Killer. He became delusional to the point of seeing and talking to Hitler. They argued all the time, with Hitler being furious with Gunther for not killing any Jews. Gunther had his own pattern for killing, and it was not related to Hitler's Final Solution.
- Paperback | 210 pages
- 152 x 229 x 12mm | 313g
- 13 May 2016
- Illustrations, black and white