Veteran UK Author of many World War
2 books and over 20 War Novels under pen-names,
Charles Whiting says of 'Himmler's Double':-
"In his 'faction' D.H. Isherwood has produced a fascinating account of what supposedly happened to Hitler's 'loyal Heinrich',
the man who would never betray him. Gripping, fast-moving, based on excellent research, this is a taut tale that should be on
the bookshelf of everyone interested in the events of that dreadful summer of '45. Highly recommended."
Charles Whiting, World War 2 Novel Author
"A remarkable read, fully researched, sending the reader into the twilight
days of the crumbling Reich. Any World War 2 aficionado will
relish this information packed text. Written in a staccato,
in depth style the story stands and holds its own! On
completion of the book, I questioned the official line on the
'so called end' of Heinrich Himmler".
"Don't be surprised if script writers and
directors get hold of the book, for this is film material. Excellent Book".
Michael Matthews, Doncaster, England
"A must read! A book, once picked up, that is difficult to put down again. A very thorough, superbly written story.
Factual side is very good."
Ginny Boughton, Northampton
"A very thorough, thought provoking, detailed account of some aspects of World War II previously unknown to me."
"Many have suspected the official line given on the death of Heinrich Himmler.
This fascinating fact/fiction account of Himmler's Double will give substance to those who doubted the original reports and
change existing views on the Himmler suicide. What a read, and how cleverly researched with such detail, but still keeping pace and excitement for a really good read."
Peter Coleman, Queen Anne's Gate, London SW1