The Last Night to Kill Nazis is an emotional rollercoaster of adventure, terror and revenge that explores one of the world's most evil events through the lens of a horror novel. An entertaining and enlightening novel that is Inglorious Basterds meets Dracula.
April 30th, 1945. The Fuhrer has shot himself. Goebbels is drafting a surrender and the slow process for justice begins. This starts a clock ticking for Noah Sammovich, a former army ranger turned OSS secret agent. Only a month earlier he helped to liberate a death camp in central Germany. The trauma of seeing the final solution enacted on his people has convinced him that he must act before the surrender. His mission -- kill as many of the top Nazi leadership as he can before peace becomes official.
The SS hatches a plan for 150 top leaders to escape from a secret airstrip in the alps and form a New Fatherland in occupied Manchuria. Noah has a plan and a secret weapon, a creature of the night with a thirst for blood and the ability to manipulate the psychic trauma of the pain they caused.
David Agranoff is a novelist, screenwriter, and Horror and Science Fiction critic. He is the Splatterpunk and Wonderland book award-nominated author of 8 books including the novels the CLI-FI novel Ring of Fire, Punk Rock Ghost Story, and Goddamn Killing Machines which he describes as The Dirty Dozen meets PKD. As a critic he has written more than 1,100 book reviews on his blog Postcards from a Dying World which has recently become a podcast, featuring interviews with award-winning and bestselling authors such as Stephen Graham Jones, Paul Tremblay, Alma Katsu, and Josh Malerman. For the last three years, David has co-hosted the popular Dickheads podcast, a deep dive into the work of Philip K. Dick reviewing his novels in publication order as well as the history of Science Fiction.
You can follow David on Twitter @DAgranoffauthor
For more detailed discussions on the work of Philip K. Dick. Dickheads is on Apple podcasts as PKDheads.
"David Agranoff is a razor sharp writer, a storyteller with hard rock pacing, a magician of ideas... An idealist in hell."
- John Shirley, cyberpunk legend and Screenwriter of The Crow
“A masterpiece of characterization, pacing, and atmosphere! In The Last Night to Kill Nazis, David Agranoff delivers a true page-turner that pits supernatural evil against even darker and more horrifying human evil in a story that hearkens back to the best of the classic World War II and horror movies—yet feels completely relevant today.” -James Chambers, Bram Stoker Award-Winning Author of On the Hierophant Road and On the Night Border
"A wonderful new voice."
- Jeremy Robert Johnson, Author of The Loop
"Agranoff brings Artist's eye and activist's fist to these chilling reports from our war on the natural world."
-Cody Goodfellow, author of Unamerica
"I’ve been a big fan of David Agranoff since his first novel The Vegan Revolution…with Zombies came out a few years ago through Eraserhead. The thing that always attracted me to Agranoff was his punk rock ethos, one he refuses to shed – a straight-edger with a penchant for violence and smart humor which permeated his fiction. He was always one of the bizarre writers I wanted to be myself Agranoff has many literary faces." -Chris Kelso, author of Message From the Slave State
"This is high concept genre fiction, people. Agranoff has performed alchemy on those late-night History Channel documentaries like The Nazis' Supernatural Weapons and crossed it with The A-Team on free-based cocaine. The Last Night to KillNazis makes Tarantino look like a punk for not taking Inglorious Basterds further than he did. This book is a possessed slaughterhouse of language and imagery, running off an engine of righteous anger and revenge. And we should be pleased. I know I am."-Kyle Winkler, author of The Nothing That Is and Boris Says the Words
"A brutal, bloody rampage, Agranoff has created great characters and daring storytelling. I guarantee you have never had so much fun seeing Nazis meeting their gruesome fates." –Tim Lebbon, The Last Storm