Hitler’s horses, written by art detective Arthur Brand, is filmed in Hollywood. Film production company Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has bought the film rights, Brand reports Twitter.
The book appeared in the Netherlands in March 2019 and the English version was recently released under the name Hitler’s Horses. There are now ten translations.
The book is a true story, in which Brand discovers that two bronze horses, once owned by Adolf Hitler, are for sale. The Nazi leader had the horses placed in front of the Reich Chancellery and it was believed that they had been destroyed during the Battle of Berlin.
Brand discovers that the horses for sale are authentic, looks for what happened to the images and investigates where they currently are. He meets former Nazis and leaders of criminal organizations, among others.
The book received many positive reviews, including from The New York Times. Further details about the film adaptation are not yet known.