The Nazi Hunter is a brilliant novel that mixes imagination based on the neo-Nazi hate and gut-wrenching facts about the original Nazi monsters. Protagonist Mark Cain, shortly after being visited by a woman with a red brooch who claims to have vital documents that would interest him, is stunned to find out that she has been murdered.
So begins a rapid-fire race to the truth and the proof that a famous singer who is about to be given a prestigious award is actually the placid reincarnation of a former participant in the “selection process” in a little-known concentration camp called Belzec. Along the way, Cain reconnects with his charming but somewhat distant father due in no small part to his new girlfriend, Lynn, who manages to unearth the secret that divides and isolates Cain from his father. There is nothing like avoiding death together to bring people closer to each other.
The plot is tautly woven with unexpected masterful twists, the pacing impeccable, although it gives readers little time to breathe. Historical accuracy (by way of eyewitness accounts to actual atrocities) provides poignancy that will bring tears to your eyes and anger to your heart.
The Nazi Hunter is a must read for fans of historical and/or mystery novels. More importantly however, it is a cautionary tale that must not be ignored; Nazis unfortunately did not disappear after 1945. Many of the original monsters just went into hiding, and today there are new psychos who long for the good old days of Herr Hitler. The Nazi Hunter will take you on an emotional rollercoaster ride you will (and should) never forget.