David L. Hoof


If she killed herself, why did she get a Catholic burial?

A Death in Munich


Just before Oktoberfest in 1931, Adolf Hitler's niece and secret lover is found dead in a locked room in the Fuhrer's Munich flat. Pressured by the Nazis, the police rule it a suicide, but evidence suggests a cold blooded execution. If the killer can be outed, widespread outrage will thwart a maniac's rush to power.

MORE PRAISE FOR A DEATH IN MUNICH


“Hoof’s best thriller ever!”
– Donald E. Gastwirth, Literary Agent


"David Hoof is an eloquent writer, spinning his haunting tale with words that will live beyond the book itself."

- Sue Ann Jaffarian, author of the Odelia Grey Mystery Series



"David Hoof is the work of a writer who has mastered his craft."

- Rick Slone, author of Brown Shoe



“A Death in Munich instills fear that Hitler is around every corner, not only waiting for the spy but also the reader for daring to read this possible alternative to history.”

– T.L. Cooper, Author of All She Ever Wanted



“Taut, Tense and Thought Provoking. David L. Hoof shows us once again why he is an International Best Selling author!”

– Giovanni Gelato, Trestle Press


“David Hoof travels back to a tumultuous time when a rising Adolf Hitler was a murder suspect. This fascinating story glides believably from reality to possibility, chronicling a mystery involving not only leading Nazis but also Hitler’s women, including Eva Braun and filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl.”

-Thomas B. Allen, Author: World War II: Encyclopedia of the War Years.




Selected Works

suspense mystery
For every emerging independent woman today, men can be little better than annoying at best and downright monstrous at worst. A creation of a stolen NSA computer program, Fiona Halloran is launched into the present to assist faltering novelist Andy Delaney capture the market that has evaded him, the one for and about women. But there’s an emerging risk: increasing personal danger to them both. This doesn’t stop when they finish his latest novel, Babes & Bastards. It just spills over to the next best seller in a series starring Fiona Halloran, Nun No More. Look for it soon in a bookstore near you.
In the dying Montana town of Sanctuary, helf-Crow Deputy Redfawn Kravitz relentlessly tracks the killer of Senate candidate Jeb Holloway, who then starts picking off the best suspects, one-by-one.
Using only sounds as clues, a blind man must locate his six-year-old niece before kidnappers kill her.
historical mystery
Just before Oktoberfest in 1931, Adolf Hitler's niece and secret lover is found dead in a locked room in the Fuhrer's Munich flat. Pressured by the Nazis, the police rule it a suicide, but evidence suggests a cold blooded execution. If the killer can be outed, widespread outrage will thwart a maniac's rush to power.
Satire
A cheated wife goes way overboard to get revenge on - and a fair settlement from -- her uberrich husband, with terrifyingly hysterical results.
literary mystery
Little Gods is prep school noir, like A Separate Peace as if it were written by Alfred Hitchcock.
action adventure
A clandestine biowar attack on America reduces society to medieval chaos.
Fiction
Approaching Christmas, a winter blizzard locks Chicago in snow. Among its residents, retired FBI poisons expert Tad Lindholm is a haunted man. Haunted by his past, haunted by his recently dead lover Yvette, haunted by the long shadows of too many empty booze bottles, haunted by depression, and tempted by an arsenal of deadly doses to end it all. At the same time, he is trapped by lingering suspicions that he alone synthesized the traceless toxins responsible for recent deaths. Numb with stubbornness, encircled by intersecting mysteries, Lindholm pursues the real killers among his enemies, only to discover an unimaginably personal betrayal.