The Hitler Project (The Screenplay Series: Book Three) [NOOK Book]

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“High Noon” meets “Murder at 1600”
Problems begin for the President's family when a skull is found buried at a Manhattan construction site once owned by the family. The skull, when facially reconstructed, bears an uncanny resemblance to Hitler. DNA analysis shows a familial relationship to the President of the United States. From that moment on, no one with knowledge of the skull is safe. Someone very important is determined to keep the 60-year old conspiracy buried, and that someone is so powerful he is able to ...
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The Hitler Project (The Screenplay Series: Book Three)

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Overview

“High Noon” meets “Murder at 1600”
Problems begin for the President's family when a skull is found buried at a Manhattan construction site once owned by the family. The skull, when facially reconstructed, bears an uncanny resemblance to Hitler. DNA analysis shows a familial relationship to the President of the United States. From that moment on, no one with knowledge of the skull is safe. Someone very important is determined to keep the 60-year old conspiracy buried, and that someone is so powerful he is able to operate with impunity from the law.

The president’s grandfather, Parker Strong, old and in ill-health, is still the power behind the throne, and he falls back on old methods of survival (“Death solves all problems!”) when the emerging scandal threatens him, his family and the political dynasty he has labored to create.

Two law enforcement officers - Reese, a NYC police lieutenant and Thompson, an FBI agent from upstate New York - both ex-Army Rangers and each with abundant personal baggage - are forced to confront the “family” on the family’s terms, and each pays a heavy price in the pursuit of justice.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013509344
  • Publisher: John Brinling
  • Publication date: 11/22/2011
  • Series: The Screenplay Series , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 626 KB

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  • Posted August 2, 2013

    Not what I expected

    I was expecting a little different type of book. This was more like screen play, which made it difficult to read. I did get half way through then gave up. Sorry

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