A Dubious Terrain, A Colton Banyon Mystery #4 by Gerald J. Kubicki is a four-star book filled with thought-provoking ideas. It starts in 1933 with a meeting between Goebbels and 19 acolytes of the New Reich.
"Goebbels saw himself as the protector of culture in Germany. He was, in fact, a snob. He had a PhD from Heidelberg University in, of all things, drama. He fancied himself as the cultural backbone of Germany and his policies and actions in later years reflected his desire to influence all art with his beliefs. He, like Hitler, loved the operas of Wagner."
"Goebbels was a master at propaganda. Decades after the war, many studied his principles and changed the name to “marketing.” He was good at marketing Nazism. He glorified the cause in the best light, sometimes he even made up what he called “the truth.”
Colton Banyon was ready for vacation to someplace warm.
I received a complimentary Kindle copy in an Amazon promotion. That did not change my opinion for this review.
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