The book is divided into two parts. It is a story about a Prosecutor - German Cop during WWII. A man who followed the directives of the Nazis hunted a serial rapist - murderer which opened the door to be chosen by the SS. The author separates the actual accounts from the 'duty and obedience' to the Fatherland. The story challenges our notion of the Holocaust and the reasons seemingly normal men and a few women would systematically murder people based on.their religious or political views.
The book is well written and the author found the voices from the past, without having to had personal relationships with survivors.
I do recommend this book to anyone who is interested in understanding choices made by soldiers and reminds those that We can never forget about All the People who were left as refugees before and after the War and how the World Powers rejected them and sent them back to their executioners.
No one wins a War and the right to life is denied or held by the conquerors.