“I enjoyed reading this book however, the historical portions about WWII were horrible. It is hard to believe that there can be so much cruelty in this world.
Peter Miller is a successful, free-lance journalist who is given a diary by a WWII labor camp. The man who wrote the diary is now deceased. It seems that Peter has no real motive to try to find one of the war criminals, but his motive becomes clear at the end of the book.
The effort that went into locating this murderer from WWII, is interesting, but Peter Miller does not listen to advise from those wise in the ways of the underworld. He risks his life by doing extremely foolish things than any thinking person would not do. All's well that ends well, but I do get annoyed when characters act stupidly.”