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Alex Kurtagić’s Mister

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Alex Kurtagić
Mister
Guildford, U.K.: Iron Sky Publishing, 2009

Gosh, I sure would have enjoyed being present when this book came under the eye of a generic editor at one of the generic American or British publishers, assuming Alex Kurtagić had been innocent enough to submit it. No, I don’t claim such an editor would actually have fainted, or been stricken suddenly by one of the new diseases, not at all. Read more …

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Alex Kurtagić’s Mister

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Alex Kurtagic
Mister
Foreword by Tomislav Sunic
Guildford, U.K.: Iron Sky Publishing, 2009

Imagine a novel that is a marriage of George Orwell’s classic Nineteen Eighty-Four and Jean Raspail’s depressing account of the genocide of Europeans, The Camp of the Saints.

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Savitri Devi’s Defiance

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Savitri Devi
Defiance: The Prison Memoirs of Savitri Devi
Ed. R. G. Fowler
The Savitri Devi Archive, 2007

One feature of my recent novel, Mister (Iron Sky Publishing, 2009), that has stirred up a ferment of discussion and questions is the shadowy conspiracy of “Esoteric Hitlerists” that runs like a golden thread through the labyrinth of the plot.

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Miguel Serrano’s The Golden Thread

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Miguel Serrano
El Cordón Dorado: Hitlerismo Esoterico
Bogota, Colombia: Editorial Solar, 2001

As far as I am aware, this is the first published review in English of The Golden Thread: Esoteric Hitlerism, the first volume in Miguel Serrano’s Esoteric Hitlerist trilogy. Read more …

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