Hiram Grange and the Twelve Little Hitlers: The Scandalous Misadventures of Hiram Grange (Book #2)

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Hitler has escaped. Twelve of them, to be precise, each cloned from the original and hiding in the bizarre American underground. Hiram Grange has been tasked with hunting them down. The only problem: he's hit rock bottom. His worst binge ever --- a mad dance with absinthe, opium and depression.

HIRAM GRANGE & THE TWELVE LITTLE HITLERS continues the misadventures of the scurrilous boozer and malcontent Hiram Grange. Though afflicted with a laundry list of dysfunctions, ...

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Overview

Hitler has escaped. Twelve of them, to be precise, each cloned from the original and hiding in the bizarre American underground. Hiram Grange has been tasked with hunting them down. The only problem: he's hit rock bottom. His worst binge ever --- a mad dance with absinthe, opium and depression.

HIRAM GRANGE & THE TWELVE LITTLE HITLERS continues the misadventures of the scurrilous boozer and malcontent Hiram Grange. Though afflicted with a laundry list of dysfunctions, addictions and odd predilections, Hiram Grange stands toe to toe (and sometimes toe to tentacle) with the black-hearted denizens of the Abyss, dispensing justice with the help of an antiquated Webley revolver and a Pritchard bayonet.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780981989464
  • Publisher: Shroud Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 12/28/2009
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.31 (d)

Meet the Author

Scott Christian Carr's fiction has appeared in dozens of magazines and publications, including Shroud Magazine, GUD, Pulp Eternity, Horror Quarterly, The Dream People Literary Magazine, The MUFON Journal and Withersin. His novella "A Helmet Full of Hair" was recently translated and reprinted in the prestigious French quarterly, Galaxies La Revue de Référence de la Science Fiction. In 1999 Scott was awarded The Hunter S. Thompson Award for Outstanding Journalism, in 2006 his original television pilot "The REAL Deal" was awarded 1st Place in Scriptapalooza TV for Best Original Pilot, in 2009 he was a contributor to the Bram Stoker Award-nominated "Beneath the Surface" (Shroud Publishing), and he is a 2010 Choate Road "Spotlight Scribe." He is currently pushing his latest novel "The First Time We Died" out into the world, and diving into his next: "The Apocalypse Will Be Televised: A Reality Television Tragedy." Scott lives on a secluded mountaintop in New York's Hudson Valley with his wife Amy and two children, Emmett and Eden. He writes every day. Visit him on-line at www.scottchristiancarr.com.
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  • Posted May 20, 2014

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    Hiram Grange's goes on a drug-induced murdering spree of twelve

    Hiram Grange's goes on a drug-induced murdering spree of twelve Hitlers that sprang from a crack between dimensions. I can't really say anything else without giving away spoilers - this book made me repeatedly ask, "Is this really happening or is Grange hallucinating?" I had to keep reading to find out.

    The drug use doesn't appeal to me but it's an effective means for depicting the flaws in the anti-hero's personality. I recommend this story for fans of both Hunter S. Thompson and H. P. Lovecraft.

    I love that this series has many contributors - it's interesting to see Hiram told through different eyes and I'm eager to read the third installment for a new perspective.

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