Lincoln vs. Hitler : And the Stone of Kaldahar
A great man's work is never done.... 1863- In an effort to bring a quick resolution to the increasingly bloody war between the states Abraham Lincoln called a secret meeting of the greatest scientific minds of his generation to develop weaponry to put an end to the madness that had engulfed his beloved nation. What they discovered, however, would rock the very foundations of Lincoln's world and present him (and mankind) with unimaginable challenges. In that non-descript New Jersey basement those great men gathered together and tore into the fabric of reality itself, bringing America's greatest President face-to-face with one of humanity's greatest evils. Adolph Hitler. The Fuhrer is not going down without a fight and has more than his share of wicked technology at his disposal to lead our 16th President on an action packed romp through history. Who will come out on top? Only time, literally, will tell.
- Paperback | 300 pages
- 152 x 229 x 16mm | 404g
- 15 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Jeremy L Lippart
Jeremy L. Lippart is an "author" in that he physically wrote "Lincoln vs. Hitler." It would, however, be more accurate to say that the spirit of the Great Emancipator reached out from beyond the grave to guide his hand to tell this heretofore untold tale of action, suspense, intrigue and Nazi punching. He lives in Austin, TX and at age 35 still thinks he can dunk a basketball, despite a lifetime of evidence to the contrary, if he just believes hard enough. Jeremy graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in History from Texas State University and served 4 years as an Non-Commissioned Officer in the US Army.