Man Made History?

The world believes in the words of their leaders...especially in the war times! And at certain events the world's leaders feed the masses with lies for political gains. The death of Hitler was such an event. It defies logic that one of the most powerful military strategist would celebrate his birthday with champagne and marry his long term partner while contemplating suicide. And although rumours were created to deepen the mystery, in reality his remains were never found. So what really happened to Hitler? What was so terrible about the truth of his disappearance that the world leaders decided to fabricate lies? The truth is that a petite and unknown little woman of British colony succeeded where the mights of super powers with all their military machinery failed. Soon to be published and to help resolve the mystery of the century is "The Girl Who Shot Hitler'.     


Narendra Simone

Born in India, educated in England, Narendra, a published author of 8 books, is a citizen of Canada and has lived in India, England, Canada, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and the USA. He resides in Canada. He has traveled to more than eighty countries covering Western, Central & Eastern Europe, Central Asia, South-East Asia, the Far East, the Middle East, South America, North America and Africa. Narendra and the Hindu God, the Lord Krishna has something in common—they were both born in the town of Mathura (India), albeit about a few thousand years apart. He attended schools in India, England and Canada (Narendra, not the Lord Krishna) and studied at the Universities of Agra & IIT Roorkee (both in India), Nottingham (England) and Calgary (Canada). Witnessing six wars (4 in India and 2 in the Middle East) and travelling to over 80 countries has allowed him to gain an in-depth knowledge of diverse cultures. Inspired by true events his writing offers insight into cultural differences and subtle humour that coexist in the complex world. Although richly influenced by his foreign travels, Narendra finds his inspiration from his life experiences and through his novels invites you to join him on a journey of humour, mystery and international adventures.