“In 1963, John F. Kennedy is going to visit Ireland, the home of his ancestors.
However, three foreign men are murdered and the last one, a German national had a note on his body addressed to Col. Otto Skorenzy, "We are coming for you."
Lt. Albert Ryan is ordered to investigate. Officials don't want the world to know that the three men who were killed were Nazis who were granted asylum by the Irish government after WWII.
The action is intense and the author's description of events brings the reader into the flow of the story as if it was happening just before them.
Ryan is like an Everyman, he's a good man, just trying to do his job. Skorenzy lives up to his reputation as Hitler's favorite commando and is easy to dislike. There are also other sinister characters ready to kill any time.
I found the story original in unique. ”