Roll Over, Hitler!

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First Books, 2010 - Fiction - 406 pages
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It's 2010 and the unprecedented has happened. Fifty-two year old Ron Goldberg, a liberal U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, has been elected the first Jewish President of the United States. Proclaimed "the Jewish Kennedy," his kingdom "the Kosher Camelot," he still is not universally embraced by America. Or the world. Blackmail, dirty tricks and charges of nepotism quickly threaten to sabotage his presidency. Anti-Semitism resurges. Death threats abound. Old flames are fanned. Bacon is eschewed. Camels are bombed. Furniture is rearranged. A dead father speaks. All the while, Goldberg soldiers on, determined to make his mark by unveiling the centerpiece of his agenda - an ambitious world disarmament plan that could either work or end all life on Earth in a nanosecond. The stormy odyssey of an American Jew through the shark-infested waters of national and international politics, Roll Over, Hitler! is a comic novel with a razor sharp edge.
 

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Why didn't anyone come up with this before? Because Daniel B. Brown was the perfect voice for "Roll Over, Hitler!" He's funny, but cuts like a knife with his insight. What happens when a Jew is elected president? You have to find out!!!

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