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Craig Cormick / Uncle Adolf

  • Craig Cormick / Uncle Adolf
The year is 1982 and Adolf Hitler has been living anonymously on the south coast of New South Wales for almost thirty years, waging small wars with his neighbours and the local council. Until one day, during the height of the Falklands War, his old comrade Martin Bormann comes to visit, bearing a secret that will affect both their destinies.
‘Author Craig Cormick plays with an eclectic selection of current events and popular culture with the expertise of someone who has practised and perfected his craft.’ - The Canberra Times
‘Craig Cormick has a flair for animating the past. Any gaps that are left in history’s pages have been filled with colourful characters and intriguing subplots.’ - The Canberra Times
978 1 74027 864 5, 140pp




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