Hellstorm Audio

I am extremely proud to announce that an audio book is now available for HellstormThe Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947. Since the paperback was first published in 2012, people have constantly asked if an audio book would soon be available. Unfortunately, although I wanted very much to say “Yes!” my answer was always “no.” That has now changed. And thus, quietly, privately, at home, on your computer, this book can now be heard without interruption in its entirety, as it was intended.

The simple fact is, it does take work to read. Some of us lack either the time or visual ability to finish a typical book. But while many for a variety of reasons are incapable of actually reading a book, virtually all of us can listen to a book. And this audio book will certainly be an experience worth listening to. In the rich and compelling words of the narrator, Paul English, what Germany and her people passed through during and after World War II is an epic, unforgettable story guaranteed to have a profound impact on all who hear.

My dedication in the opening pages of Hellstorm was to “the Voiceless Victims of the World’s Worst War.” I am happy here to announce that the voiceless victims now have not only a voice, but a powerful and highly professional voice that will soon be heard around the world.

what others are saying…….

“Captivating!”   Doug, Kansas

“Truly a masterpiece.”  Harri, Finland

“Paul English is the best possible narrator you could have ever chosen.”    Eddie, Ohio

Hellstorm  completely changed my outlook on the world.”  Joe, Illinois



This invasion of the white world by the mud races has a startling analogy in the cowbird. This lazy, ugly bird finds the nest of a beautiful song bird, kicks out the eggs, then lays its own eggs while the other bird is gone looking for food and twigs. When the song bird returns she is confused but accepts the eggs as her own and keeps them warm. When the ugly babies hatch, they are large, noisy and always hungry. This keeps the poor little mother bird frantic because she is always looking for food. If, by chance, one of the original song bird eggs remains and hatches, the interlopers peck it to death and toss it from the nest. The result is that the world not only loses the beauty and music of the song birds, but it “gains” another group of ugly squawking birds that do little more than breed and poop and search for more song bird nests to dump their responsibilities on.
The obvious comparison of the cow bird with the world’s ugly mud people and their invasion of formerly white countries is clear.