Dean Reuter is General Counsel of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy and a fellow at the National Security Institute at George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School. He was the editor of Liberty's Nemesis: The Unchecked Expansion of the State and Confronting Terror: 9/11 and the Future of American National Security. Colm Lowery is an award-winning lecturer in biomedical science at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, where he lectures in molecular biology and its application to bio-warfare and bioterrorism. He has published over forty peer-reviewed scientific papers, book chapters, and review articles. Keith Chester is an investigative researcher and author. In 1999, he began researching aerial phenomena reported by Allied military pilots during the Second World War, an effort that culminated in the publication of Strange Company in 2007, the same year his focus turned to the mystery surrounding SS General Hans Kammler.
Dean Reuter takes readers on a gripping, exciting and suspenseful hunt in search of the mysterious war criminal. The Hidden Nazi is a fascinating forensic detective story that reads like a great crime thriller. Did Kammler fake his death and survive the war? How did he escape justice? Did America strike a deal with the devil in exchange for his secrets Splendidly written with verve and expertise, The Hidden Nazi is storytelling at its best. Dean Reuter combines superb narrative history with a riveting personal memoir of his harrowing psychological journey into Hans Kammler's heart of darkness. -- JJAMES L. SWANSON Edgar Award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of Manhunt: The 12 Day Chase for Lincoln's Killer It's strange that no one has yet written a biography of SS General Hans Kammler, one of the brutal masterminds of the German military-industrial complex and the Holocaust. But when you read The Hidden Nazi you will realize that until now no one had the knowledge, persistence, and sheer nerve that the authors brought to the job of unlocking the multiple mysteries surrounding this evil genius of the Third Reich. It's a story where Schindler's List meets Doctor Strangelove. Read it, be amazed and shocked by what Kammler did, and outraged by how he escaped final justice; but above all read The Hidden Nazi. -- Arthur Herman, Pulitzer Prize Final historian and author of How the Scots Invented the Modern World and 1917: Lenin, Wilson, and the Birth of the New World Disorder