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The voice of Adolf Hitler resides within the mind of Charlie Watson, a young street-brawler in London. The story tells how he reformed his own Party, fought an Election, gained nine seats at a General Election, and of his rise to be amongst the political elite of Britain. The novel encompasses a British 9/11 and the response to that attack, as well as Charlie's assaults on the IRA and Europe.

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