Teaser Tuesday again, hos– waitaminute, who’d he say he was?
“Sind Sie Frau Druce?” A man’s voice.
“Yes, I’m Peggy Druce. And who the devil are you?”
“Adolf Hitler here,” the voice answered.
p. 170, The War that Came Early: West and East. Harry Turtledove.
Ha!Hitler? That is something I wont ask.
Here's mine if you have the time to visit;
Devil indeed… very intriguing…
My TT this week is from the classic Anna Karenina.
Nice teaser! Mine is here 🙂 Katie x
Ooh, sounds chilling….
A wonderful teaser!
Here is my Teaser Tuesday: Still Missing by Chevy Stevens!
That's an intriguing teaser.
Here’s My Teaser
Holy crap, that is absolutely not what I would want to hear! Great teaser, though – gets my attention. Check out my teaser if you get a chance!
Well, I know I don't want to read this book from the teaser.
Well, I know I don't want to read this book from the teaser. Here's ours:http://ourstack.blogspot.com/2010/08/teaser-tuesdays-3-books-we-are-reading.html
Adolf Hitler?! I'm interested now!
My teaser is from Dragonhaven by Robin McKinley.
Certainly sounds like it might be an interesting book to read.
My teaser is The King of Attolia – a book I am very excited about reading this week!
whoa!! she should watch out!!
Here's my teaser!!
Interesting! Haha. My teaser is at The Crowded Leaf.
Interesting! I don't think that I have ever read any of Turtledove's alternate history books. My teaser is from Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel. Happy reading!
Goodness….that certainly would be a surprise! Good teaser!
Excellent teaser! It certainly go my attention!
Well, I certainly wasn't expecting that, LOL! Great teaser!
Here's mine for this week:
wow–I can't imagine what one would do in that situation. nice pick. Kaye-the road goes ever ever on
Gee! A visit from Adolf! Now what did she do to deserve that? Great, great teaser!
Harry Turtledove always changes things up — nice teaser!
@Joy: Well, she…asked for it. 😉 She's an American citizen trapped in Berlin after the war begins (but before the US enters it) and having difficulty getting an exit visa. So, she wrote a letter to Hitler asking him for his assistance.
That was an awkward conversation.