Samuel Beasley has been placed in a unique position. His employer has been assassinated whilst on a business trip. The only trouble is, the 'product' for sale is extremely sensitive and not particularly legal.
This inexperienced agent must now rely on a combination of natural guile, HUMINT training and the strange, but beneficial side effects of a recent surgical procedure, to ensure the safe return of the stolen technology.
As if things weren't complicated enough, war is brewing in Europe and Beasley must stay one step ahead of a high-ranking Nazi officer, whilst investigating the disappearance of a long-term love interest.
Could the two incidents be somehow related?
Will the hunter become the hunted?
Only one thing is certain.
Life during war is never black and white...
It is concrete grey as far as the eye can see.