Thirteen Witches Sepp Dietrich is back in the third installment of "The Chronicles of Sepp." What is his future as he battles his destiny? Europe, 16th Century, Witch burning is commonplace, and Sepp Dietrich, a time-traveling Nazi, finds himself accused of being a Warlock and is sentenced to be burnt at the stake. However, the politics of Spain and England and due to a secret parley between the Islamic Turks and Queen Elizabeth, finds SS General Sepp Dietrich being used as a weapon against Count Dracula and his beautiful Enchantress, Tiara, in Serbia. On his breathtaking adventures, Sepp falls in love with the Balkan beauty, Soraya, meets the rich Maltese banker, Shylock Goldman-Sachs, must confront a powerful Rabbi, and consorts with Emperors of the crumbling Middle Ages, all of whom help Sepp see the wildest side of the 16th Century. A dramatic climax leads to a mysterious island in Sri Lanka, where Sepp must save Soraya and Mankind from a terrifying nightmare. A Psychedelic Historical Thriller designed to take you into the 16th century with a panache and elan that has long been missing from the bookstores. About the Author Saif Rizvi, M.D, long had a passion for the Intellectual arts. A movie by Andrei Tarkovsky, called "Stalker" set off his passion for the "Surreal," and Psychedelic thrillers that would be following the standard set by Franz Kafka, Jules Verne, Lewis Caroll and William Shakespeare. Irvine Welsh with his "Trainspotting" made a distinct impression on him, and with the more recent Sven HaSSel, as in the author only became aware of Sven's fine work only lately, all combined to produce his first novel, "Black Shark Valley." But realistically speaking, it's simply not possible for a well read author to list all his most influential books or authors. The entire realm of academic science and philosophy have played a part in Dr. Rizvi's mind fermenting characters that defy the present generation of politically correct, gender-less ones, and attempts to bring back to life historical figures with their complete personalities intact. Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now," with its historical borrowings from Josef Conrad's "Heart of Darkness," and George Robert Elford's "Devil's Guard" helped draw up the lead Protagonist of "Chronicles of Sepp," SS General Josef "Sepp" Dietrich. Metaphysics has often been a question long ignored in 21st Century fictional books, but Dr. Rizvi attempts to bring back this lost Metaphysical world, now known as the Psychedelic World.