Bestselling author & Top Gear director Brian Klein has multiple BBC interviews about his new novel, The Führer's Prophecy
BAFTA-award winning TV director and bestselling author Brian Klein has been interviewed by multiple BBC stations about his new novel, The Führer’s Prophecy.
Mr Klein, who is the current and longest-serving director of multi award-winning iconic car show Top Gear, has been speaking about his marathon 20-year stint on the programme as well as about his remarkable transition to one of Britain’s most successful and acclaimed new novelists.
His 2021 debut novel, The Counterfeit Candidate, which was penned during the Covid-19 lockdown, became an Amazon number one bestseller book with more than 75,000 sales.
An eight-part TV adaptation is currently in the works, while its hotly anticipated sequel, The Führer’s Prophecy, has just been published.
Author Brian Klein, pictured here with Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond, is a BAFTA award-winning TV director whose credits include Top Gear, The Grand Tour, and A League of Their Own Roadtrip. After the breakout success of his debut novel, political thriller The Counterfeit Candidate, he has just released its sequel The Führer’s Prophecy.
The Führer’s Prophecy by bestselling author Brian Klein is out now, published through Spirit Entertainment.
As well as directing 28 seasons of the BBC flagship show Top Gear, Mr Klein has worked with presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May on Amazon’s The Grand Tour.
His other credits include directing seven seasons of A League Of Their Own Roadtrip, Sky One’s highest rating entertainment show, two feature-length films for BBC Worldwide and five entertainment specials for Netflix.
His new novel, The Führer’s Prophecy, which is published through Spirit Entertainment, has received glowing media praise since publication.
It has been described by The Scotsman as, “A rarity….a sequel that’s just as good as the original!”, while Reader’s Digest has hailed it as “a page turner that is impossible to put down till the very end”.
The novel is the second part of the author’s The Reich Trilogy, and continue the potent ‘what-if’ concept of what might have happened if Nazi leader Hitler hadn’t died in a Berlin bunker in 1945.
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