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Carl von Kurtze is the egotistical head of a pharmaceutical company based in Linz, Austria. A bleak featurless castle high in the Austrian mountains is where his other, more sinister activities are carried out and this is where his employee, William, takes his girlfriend Freya, while they are on holiday. Freya has a unique genome which allows her to read minds; exactly the ability required by von Kurtze to finish his experiments with human cloning and targeted ethnic gene technology. He maintains that when complete this will enable him to selectively change the Jews of Europe into subservient automatons, with no will of their own. Arab organisations dedicated to eliminating the Jewish nation and a team of wealthy National Socialist industrialists have funded von Kurtze's activities but Freya suspects that there is another motive behind this facade. By threatening William, von Kurtze forces Freya to assist in the production of a clone of Adolph Hitler and she becomes a prisoner at the castle. The experiment is so successful that Hitler takes over the organisation leaving von Kurtze in a desperate situation, threatened by two tyrannical forces, the Arabs on one hand and Hitler on the other. The shocking truth is revealed when Freya witnesses the confession of von Kurtze's mother, Eva, who has secretly lived with the legacy of an incident which took place at the end of the second World War. Freya accesses von Kurtze's supercomputer and discovers the full extent of his nightmare plan. She is the only one with the ability to prevent von Kurtze plunging Europe into a new dark age and the Middle East into all out war. Eva provides the information Freya requires to stop von Kurtze, but is this the beginning or the end of the process?"
  • ISBN13: 9781481799553
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Pubilcation Year: 2013
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00318
Publication DateJuly 2, 2013
Primary CategoryFiction/General


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