The Last Nazi

  • Title: The Last Nazi
  • Author: Stanley Pottinger
  • ISBN: 9780340771013
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Last Nazi Stan Pottinger goes where no one else dares taking crucial medical and social issues and turning them into riveting thrillers Melissa Gale is an attractive ambitious lawyer and investigator for the O
    Stan Pottinger goes where no one else dares taking crucial medical and social issues and turning them into riveting thrillers Melissa Gale is an attractive, ambitious lawyer and investigator for the Office of Special Investigations, the Justice Department s Nazi Hunters Her quarry, known only by the name Adalwolf, was the brilliant young protg of Dr Josef Mengele, tStan Pottinger goes where no one else dares taking crucial medical and social issues and turning them into riveting thrillers Melissa Gale is an attractive, ambitious lawyer and investigator for the Office of Special Investigations, the Justice Department s Nazi Hunters Her quarry, known only by the name Adalwolf, was the brilliant young protg of Dr Josef Mengele, the Butcher of Auschwitz Presumed dead for almost fifty years, Adalwolf has suddenly reappeared in the United States to take the lives of three people in a chilling, unusual way Drawing on research started in the Nazi labs, Adalwolf is about to unleash a terrifying virus using Melissa s soon to be born baby as a trigger The tension builds unbearably as Melissa s race to save her baby and stop Adalwolf forces her to confront the boundaries of good and evil.

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    About Stanley Pottinger


    1. Stan Pottinger graduated with honors from Harvard College and received his J.D from Harvard Law School After practicing law in California, he was appointed Director of the Office of Civil Rights, U.S Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and later became Assistant Attorney General of the Civil Rights Division, U.S Department of Justice Following service in the Ford Administration, in the spring of 1977 he served as Special Assistant to the Attorney General in the Carter Administration.Pottinger is a former trustee of the Lawyer s Committee for Civil Rights, and served as a member of the United Nations Association s Advisory Committee for Multilateral Projects He was a director of NABCO, the National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations, and a founding director of Voters for Choice, a non partisan organization promoting women pro choice candidates for electoral office.Pottinger has written for a number of magazines and periodicals and has an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Lincoln University In 1974, he was named by Time magazine as one of 200 Future Leaders of America Pottinger is the father of three grown children and lives in the New York area.


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    1. This was a highly suspenseful but scary book. I really was scared at certain parts and it has a very scary feel the ought this book. The story though is amazing. It is really thought out well and I could not guess what was going to happen next. Everything came at perfect times and while it was scary, I really enjoyed this thriller of a book!

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    2. I really liked The Fourth Procedure by this author, so I had high hopes for this book. It was a bit disappointing. You find out who the bad guy is way too soon for my taste, and some of the plot twists are too far fetched. But it does raise some ethical questions, though they aren't addressed in any meaningful way. It's a quick read, but not one I would necessarily recommend.

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    3. The Last Nazi • by Stan Pottinger (2003)The plot: Christmas Eve in Auschwitz, 1944. Hitler's Angel of Death, Dr. Josef Mengele, and his brilliant young protégé, Adalwolf, are on the verge of a nightmarish medical discovery when the war brings it all to an end. But Mengele's insane visions for the Third Reich live on.More than half-a-century later, FBI agent Melissa Gale's mission is to bring Adalwolf to justice before it's too late. He's emerged from the shadows of history to resurrect a bio [...]

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    4. This was one of those books that I couldn't wait to be done with. I knew "who done it" within the first quarter of the book. (I don't know if this is from years of watching "Law and Order: SVU" or if it's just that obvious.) With that being said, the author reveals who the bad guy is way too early in the story. I could not stand the main character, Melissa. For someone who's an FBI agent and, I figured, has some common sense, she does a lot of stupid things. Then after she does something stupid, [...]

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    5. At first it was interesting enough to keep me wondering, but then the author reveals the criminal's other identity. I had already guessed it. At that point I wondered why read on any further? I decided it was only fair to see how the other would proceed. Well, there was a great deal more action in the second half of the book and several twists and turns I would never had guessed. It was well worth my time as a mystery/thriller. As I read I kept thinking that this could make a good movie. I'm not [...]

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    6. Stan Pottinger writes this psychological thriller about Melissa Gale and attractive attorney is in charge of the Nazi hunters. Charged with trying to find all of the Nazi's the escaped to America to avoid prosecution. Stan Pottinger writes a story where maybe the people closest to you are the ones you should fear the most. Pottinger creates tension so effortlessly, by never letting the reader know who the bad guy is until the very last moment. Pottinger melds science fiction and suspense togethe [...]

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    7. The Last Nazi is a sometimes silly, often melodramatic, and not remotely believable tale of a hunt for an old Nazi. Adalwolf, who once assisted Dr. Mengele, is now in his seventies, and is attempting to create a doomsday virus. I'm not sure how this person would have been able to keep up with scientific development and have been able to get the resources to pull of such a thing, but why sweat the details since this author hasn't. There was not a whole lot to like about this novel, other than som [...]

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    8. If you like to read about hunting Nazis, you'll feel right at home with this novel. On the cover it says, "It's in the hands of one woman to stop the ultimate evil." Actually there are more characters involved in doing so.There is a virus involved, and as I read this in late April, we were reading about cases of swine flu which could possibly lead to a panedemic, so there is a little of that uncertainty even today. I found FBI Agent Melissa Gale to be a little less of a sympathetic character--so [...]

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    9. This book started out as one of those “who is the bad guy” kind of mystery novels, with lots of action. But then the author revealed who the bad guy was in the first 50 pages. It isn’t any fun anymore after you know who dunnit. I skimmed the rest of the book, not because it was riveting, but because I held out in vain for an interesting hook or twist to make the book less predictable than a train route.

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    10. This book demonstrates some of the total depravity humans can sink to. It was a bit hard to take some times. Definitely a lot of tension. Shows how horrible the Nazis were and gives a good basis for what could happen in the future. The thought of a genetic virus being made that could wipe out a whole population of people is chilling. This would be a terrorist's dream. Not sure how the main character could keep going after all she went thru.

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    11. This was a pretty good a read. If you're a stickler for realism then the story line is a bit of a stretch, however if you can step back and enjoy it for what it is, then it's a pretty good mystery / investigation / nazi story.The very basic plot is that an offsider of Dr Mengele of Auschwitz is fleeing American law enforcement, whilst also finishing Nazi Germany's work and exterminate all Jews.There's a few unforeseen twists/plot developments and overall it's a pretty entertaining read.

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    12. I borrowed this from the Mike Nelson Audio Library at the station. (All the others are biographies or historical non-fiction.) But right from the beginning I could tell I wasn't going to like it. The wording and imagery are bland. Also, I have trouble getting into a story with an 80-year-old villain. AND it was extremely predictable. I guess Mike Nelson and I don't have as much in common as I thought!

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    13. Very engaging book - one of those page turners you cannot put down. I loved the twists, turns and surprises of the main plot. However, there were a couple of early chapters that gave me concern I had stumbled into a romance novel. Never fear - forge through them and you will likely be happy you did.

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    14. A weak three stars. The first half was dull, predictable drivel but the book mutates into a half decent thriller in it's back half. Plus the biological terrorist idea was a good one that was well presented for the layman, such as myself. Sot bad. Don't think I'll be running out to read any more by this author but one could certainly do worse.

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    15. An enjoyable, if a touch unbelievable read. I thought it was too "quick" from beginning to end, and would have liked a lot more detail and character development.That said, it was a fun, easy listen (audio version). I would not go out of my way to find this one, but if you "stumble" across it, its worth a quick tour.

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    16. Fast-paced, decent Nazi thriller in which the plot line was interrupted way too often by annoying scenes of a couple trying to conceive. Although these descriptions were somewhat germane to the story, I would have like more information that dealt with the Nazi's evil scheme to continue the Final Solution. It would have made for a more satisfying read.

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    17. This is the worst book that I've ever read from start to finish. Worse than anything they forced me to read in school. I finished it partly out of mild curiosoty partly because it was such a light read that I never had to employ more than 1% of my brain power.

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    18. This book was fine. Good. Interesting. But I have to admit, I feel a little indifferent to it, and I'm not sure why. Perhaps it is the nature of the genre - an FBI case (A genre I don't normally read) - that left me a little disconnected.

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    19. One of the best books that very few people have read. (At least people I know.) I highly recommend it. In fact, I just gave it to my mother-in-law to read. You can be sure I feel pretty good about it.

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    20. The reveal of the nazi comes too soon after the introduction of his undercover character, reducing the shock of the reveal. Motivations for killings make no sense. It is suspenseful if you can suspend disbelief.

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    21. This was an interesting book. Though at times I wanted to scream at the main character to think about it more and stop making assumptions, it was a good read. The end tied things up a little too nicely though. Interesting if you like Holocaust related stories or mysteries.

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    22. So far, I'm intrigued.

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    23. Audiobook: A deep story, but a stretch to believe it all. Good Narration

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    24. Great suspenseful book! Highly enjoyable page turner about a modern day terrorist Nazi.

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    25. It was entertaining, captivating, but a little too graphic for my real liking.

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    26. The foster son of Josef Mengele is alive, well and creating havoc in contemporary America. He is continuing in the pursuit of the finalsolution. First time author for me. Very good yarn.

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    27. Great action book hard to put down

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    28. Loved it ry Tess gerritsen.

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    29. What a breath taking novel! It has been years since I've read it, and I still get goosebumps thinking about the plot. I'm glad to see this book again, because I will now be rereading it!

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