Son of Hitler

Son of Hitler

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She's a British spy handler who, in the darkest
days of World War II, discovers the way to stopping the Nazis is to find a
French baker's assistant.

Who also
happens to be Adolf Hitler's illegitimate

When a trio of Nazi informants wash
up on the shoes of Dover, spy handler Cora Brown is assigned their
interrogation. Usually skeptical, she's shocked when they reveal to her a secret
only a handful of Nazis know: that during the first World War Hitler fathered a
child in France.

Armed with these stolen Nazi
files, she defies her orders and tracks down Pierre Moreau and convinces him to
embark on a mission to find his biological father - and assassinate him. They
make their way to Germany but discover that the road to discovery is filled with
violence, spycraft, weird scientific experiments and death.

Will Pierre make it to Hitler and end the
war? Or will they discover something else along the

SON OF HITLER is an acclaimed graphic
novel of which NPR describes, "few war stories are this much fun." If you like
pulp spy thriller and alternative history thrillers like Inglourious
Basterds, Man in the High Castle and the works of John Le Carre, you'll love
this page-turning yarn by acclaimed creators Anthony Del Col (Assassin's Creed),
Jeff McComsey (FUBAR) and newcomer Geoff

Buy SON OF HITLER today to discover
the greatest untold legend of World War II!
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Product details

  • Hardback | 192 pages
  • 160 x 234 x 23mm | 562g
  • Fullerton, United States
  • English
  • 1534302247
  • 9781534302242
  • 628,520

Review quote

"With its intricate elaboration of secret service work
and shocker of a last-act twist, this comic achieves the satisfying
web-of-secrets allure that John le Carre and Len Deighton pull off in
prose." - Publisher's Weekly review "SON OF HITLER will leave you speechless in the best way
possible." - "A damn good spy story, with echoes from the Second
World War reverberate to the present with chilling and elegant efficiency. We
need stories like this one, now more than ever before." - Greg Rucka
(writer of Queen & Country, Lazarus)
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Rating details

201 ratings
3.51 out of 5 stars
5 11% (22)
4 47% (94)
3 29% (59)
2 9% (18)
1 4% (8)
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