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Allen Malnak

Dear Librarians,

In HITLER'S SILVER BOX, a mystery thriller, Dr. Bruce Starkman is plucked from total immersion in his profession by the mysterious death of his Uncle Max. Only when Bruce finds his uncle's hidden journal detailing Max's ordeal some fifty years before in Theresienstadt concentration camp, where he was forced to make a unique box for Adolph Hitler's birthday does it all begins to make sense. Recognizing the death as murder, Bruce realizes a worldwide Nazi resurgence is imminent unless he finds and destroys the secret document written by Nazi leaders and hidden in the silver box, which his uncle buried in a Czech Republic forest. The search takes Bruce and Miriam, a tough, attractive Israeli woman to Europe. On this journey, the two are incessantly pursued and attacked by groups of vicious neo-Nazis. This thriller grabs its readers by the collar and tells them to hold on tight.

"This thriller goes beyond keeping readers up late at night. It will affect their dreams as it did mine."—Heartland Reviews: Bob Spear, Publisher, Chief Reviewer

"An ending so riveting you will stay glued to the printed page and pray for both Bruce and Miriam."—Fran Lewis, Author and Radio Show Host

"The thriller market seems increasingly saturated by books that fail to thrill, so Malnak's debut is a nice surprise."—Kirkus Review

I recommend this book to anyone... looking for a gripping, fast-paced novel."—Rebecca's Reads

Allen Malnak
www.HitlersSilverBox.com
Hitler's Silver Box / Allen Malnak / Two Harbors Press / Paperback: 328 pages
Price: $16.95 / ISBN: 978-1937293369 / Published: December, 2011
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