Little Edsel Einstein – A Hiram Grange Story



Written as an epilog to HIRAM GRANGE & THE TWELVE LITTLE HITLERS, LITTLE EDSEL EINSTEIN is a stand-alone short story focusing on the only titular Hitler to have survived the novel – it’s also a great entry point into THE SCANDALOUS ADVENTURES OF HIRAM GRANGE series of books and stories…

Reviews for Scott Christian Carr’s Hiram Grange:

“More fun than a barrel full of Hitlers… The best novel since Don Quixote!”
–Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment and Creator of The Toxic Avenger

“A masterful,commanding piece of fiction, Twelve Little Hitlers is a must for ardent horror fans and contributors to the craft,alike.”
–Dave Jeffery,

“Hiram Grange and the Twelve Little Hitlers is a kinetic tour de force… I can’t say enough about the writing style in this book. It’s descriptive and poetic, hard-hitting and emotional… The world is painted in wild, but controlled strokes.”
–Nancy O. Greene, Dark recesses

“Somewhere in the Underworld, Lovecraft is grinning with delight and Hunter S. Thompson is raising his bottle high. You won’t find a darker, more twisted character than Hiram Grange.”
–Gregory L. Hall, Host of the Funky Werepig and author of At the End of Church Street

“Twelve Little Hitlers walks the tricky line between gut wrenching horror and almost terroristic black comedy. Its violent wonders are imaginative and plot driven. Scott Christian Carr goes for Weird and Funny and never settles for pointless or easy gross-outs. Hiram Grange, the disaffected, alcoholic protagonist, is at once pathetic and heroic as he chases down his unenviable destiny. A great read, with enough laughs and thrills to satisfy even die-hard horror fans.”
–Michael Boatman, author of The Revenant Road and God Laughs When You Die: Mean Little Stories From the Wrong Side of the Track; Actor, Warehouse 13, Spin City, Arli$$, Hamburger Hill, Gray’s Anatomy


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