Imagine - Hitler did not die in his bunker. Imagine - Adolf Hitler saved Meet: Toby McCabe. A teenage orphan from New York City. Small, courageous, loyal friend. A seeker after God. Arty Miller. The most feared young hoodlum in Hell's Kitchen. He hates the world and everyone in it - except Toby. Elizabeth Rothstein. A young Jewish girl about to die at the Nazi death camp - Sobibor. Her prayer for her executioner moves the Lord's loving heart. Jacob Rothstein. Messianic pastor, Elizabeth's older brother. Called by the Lord to bring the gospel to Adolf Hitler - his family's murderer. Abraham Wyman. Jacob's friend, elder, and devout servant of God. Pamela Quinn. A witty young Christian woman with a zest for life and a zeal for the Kingdom of God. Adolf Hitler. Candidate for salvation? All of these diverse lives unite to partake in God's plan to redeem one of history's most wicked men. Born and raised in Schenectady, NY, John Schettine did not respond to the Lord's call on his life until the age of 27. Before knowing Christ, he lived a life filled with drugs, alcohol abuse, violence, and incarceration. After the heartbreak of divorce, John hitchhiked throughout the United States and Canada in the late 1970s to try to heal and find himself. Instead, the Lord found him - pulling him from the miry clay, as the song says. He has been a Christian for three decades. He has two grown children who follow Jesus and three grandchildren. This is his first novel, and he says, "If it reaches even one lost soul with the Good News, it will be worth the effort."