There’s a Madman in My Mirror

 TAMZ   (Bench Press, 1999)

™ and ©1999 James Kitchen

Just after the fall of the Third Reich, an Allied translator paid a visit to the bunker where Hitler had spent his final hours. In the midst of the wreckage and claustrophobia, he discoverd a book lodged between the cushions of a chair. To his shock, he realized he had discovered Hitler‘s diary. The pages were covered with increasingly feverish ravings, as well as strange mystical symbols which hinted at an even darker truth. Soon, the tranlator found himself confronting the same madness that had engulfed Hitler, and an otherworldly evil he saw in the reflection starting back from his own mirror!

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