Aren’t we all keen on the existence of a parallel reality? In the meantime, the powerful ones, the writers have written a lot about the parallel reality which will make you pause and think. In this article, we are going to read about best thriller books with alternate history – it has Hitler, Nazi, anti-Semitism, fascism, and some more of Adolf Hitler.

48 – James Herbert

Best Thriller Books with Alternate History - 48 – James Herbert
Best Thriller Books with Alternate History – 48 – James Herbert

1945 – Adolf Hitler unleashed the Blood Death on Britain as his last act of vengeance. The fortunate ones died at once, and the unfortunate ones took a few years. The survivors who had the blood group that kept them secure from the disease were now targets of those who had faith that these people could save their lives.

Wake Up and Dream – Ian R. MacLeod

Wake Up and Dream – Ian R. MacLeod
Wake Up and Dream – Ian R. MacLeod

1940 – Europe is in flames and anti-Semitic America is sneaking towards fascism. Advancement in technology has ruined the career of Clark Gable, a cynical loner. He now makes his living as an unlicensed matrimonial private eye. When April Lamotte contacts him, he sees the best opportunity to gain some cash by signing up some papers by impersonating April’s husband. But the moment when someone decided to murder him and call it suicide, he realized he has gotten into something deadly.

The Ultimate Solution – Eric Norden

Best Thriller Books with Alternate History - The Ultimate Solution – Eric Norden
Best Thriller Books with Alternate History – The Ultimate Solution – Eric Norden

The dystopian world that Norden builds is dreadful to the last extent with no positive qualities and that is why it made the book a home run – the actuality where evil and corruption are the complete norm.

Fatherland – Robert Harris

Fatherland – Robert Harris
Fatherland – Robert Harris

This book is set in an alternate world in which Adolf Hitler has won World War II. 1964, April – one week before Adolf Hitler’s 75th birthday – a detective of the Kriminalpolizei named Xavier March is called out to examine the discovery of a dead body in a lake near one of the most prestigious suburbs in Berlin. With the investigation, March found details that could reach the top of the German Reich.

Amerikan Eagle – Brendan DuBois

Best Thriller Books with Alternate History - Amerikan Eagle – Brendan DuBois
Best Thriller Books with Alternate History – Amerikan Eagle – Brendan DuBois

1943 – It’s been 10 years since the murder of Franklin Roosevelt. Germany is involved in a war with Russia and it dominates all of the world, including Great Britain – Japan is winning East Asia, and China – The United States is still struggling with the Great Depression and is being controlled by President Huey Long. In Portsmouth, a cop named Sam Miller is supporting a family and trying to remain on the correct side of the law, his boss, and his conscience. Then a murder will happen from which he will be ordered to drop and that would change a lot of Sam.

Dominion – C. J. Sansom

Dominion – C. J. Sansom
Dominion – C. J. Sansom

1952 – Twelve years have passed since Britain surrendered to Nazi Germany after Dunkirk and Churchill lost to the appeasers. With the rage of the German and Russian wars, the British people find themselves under the dark control of the press, TV, radio, and more. In Birmingham mental hospital, Frank Muncaster, an incarcerated scientist may have a secret that can alter the balance of the world struggle for ever.

The Darkest Hour – Tony Schumacher

Best Thriller Books with Alternate History - The Darkest Hour – Tony Schumacher
Best Thriller Books with Alternate History – The Darkest Hour – Tony Schumacher

1946, London – The Nazis have occupied Great Britain utilizing fear and brutality to control its citizens. A former police sergeant and decorated British war hero John Henry Rossett is one of those unlucky souls who are being controlled through brutality. But now, Rossett has a challenge that could end everything.

Wolf by Wolf – Ryan Graudin

Wolf by Wolf – Ryan Graudin
Wolf by Wolf – Ryan Graudin

1956 – The Axis powers of the Third Reich and Imperial Japan dominate. To honor their huge triumph, Hitler and Hirohito hosted the Axis Tour. The Axis tour is an annual motorcycle competition across their adjoined continents. The winner is awarded an audience with the exceedingly reclusive Adolf Hitler at Victor’s Ball that happened in Tokyo. Yael is a previous death camp prisoner who has seen enough and now is surviving with one goal which is to win this race and kill Adolf Hitler.

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