In the aftermath of World War II, Ian, a British war journalist, is left reeling from his wartime experiences, most of all the death of his little brother at the hands of a Nazi huntress. Determined to seek justice, he teams up with the last person to see him alive – Nina, a wild Soviet bomber pilot. In Boston, aspiring photographer Jordan is thrilled when her widower father starts romancing a German refugee, widowed from the war. As strange incidents start to occur, however, Jordan is forced to ponder just who her stepmother is and what secrets about her past she is hiding. This is a great read for fans of suspenseful historical fiction! Heavily character driven, this book keeps you on the edge of your seat as the hunter becomes the hunted.