Title. Jedda Hitler: Traitor to the Party
Genre. YA Historical Adventure
Word Count: 65,000 words
Pitch. Raised, groomed, and kept apart, Jedda Hitler was her grandfather’s personal project to prove that even a small girl could be turned into a killing machine.
Grandfather would never have allowed such incompetence in his army. That is all I have to say about him. He is no longer my concern.
Right now I have only to save myself.
Sagging belly and paunchy eyes, my jailer leans carelessly against the bathroom wall. He is a Brown Shirt, Nazi paramilitary. But where discipline was once religion, it is replaced by indolence. He disgusts me.
He would not be so at ease if he knew how loose his men tied my wrists.
I could kill him now if I wished.
But I want information.
“Give me your name.” His voice echoes. We are underground, in a tunnel. He believes he is the one interrogating.
“I think you already know,” I say.
A self-satisfied tightness crosses his lips. He has his prize.
“Where are we?” I ask, doing my best to appear dazed.
“North of Mosbach.”