When little Thomasina Ware visits him as a red-haired, fair-cheeked baby, Adolf Hitler puts in effect his master plan to take the ideal Aryan baby girl and remake her as his own, raising her to think like him, sound like him, and look like him as much as a girl can. He hires a spy to steal the baby away from her parents when they aren't looking and deliver her to Hitler’s mountain retreat. He tells Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain that she's just visiting. The Prime Minister thinks it's charming so her real parents back in England can't protest. The farce goes on and on and when the Second World War starts it's too late to get her back. But Major General Ware, the child's father, vows to free his daughter or else. Second only to defeating Germany, it becomes his most important goal.
“Best historical novel I've read in years. I learned a lot about the Third Reich that I never suspected. Three cheers for the Cargills!”—Mary Ann Hanee, writer.
“...Hitler's Daughter...helped me...imagine Hitler addressing the mobs on Party Day in the 1930s.“—Jean Hansom, Safeway staff.
“I've read everything I could find on Adolf Hitler...the picture of Hitler in Hitler's Daughter is really unique. Instead of being a two-dimensional villain, the authors really explore his motives for kidnapping the little girl.”—Fritz Bogen, history teacher .
“Keeps your interest all the way to the end. I want to read the sequel. Please write one.”—Barbara Pickwick, writer.
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“...Hitler's Daughter sounds like my parents talking about the war, about the Blitz. It all comes back again.”—Michelle Hagen, Petco staff.