'April Taub is no-one’s nice Jewish girl. Although it is the 1960’s,Vietnam is still not much more than a dark twinkle in Robert Menzies’ eye and April doesn’t give a flying fundament about peace, pot or flower-power
'Given to over-indulgence in sex, smoked salmon on rye, vodka, Marlboro Reds and anguish, this daughter of Holocaust survivors has a day-job as a journalist and moonlights as a covert hunter of Nazi war-criminals.
'She unwittingly sleeps with the enemy and blows her own cover, placing her entire organization at risk. Now she is forced to choose between a witness protection program or taking on a new identity which will enable her to infiltrate the black society of her adversaries. Out in the field, she stumbles onto a nationwide conspiracy of people-trafficking and the concealment of unspeakable war crimes.'
Source: Author's website.