"Mark Rogers knows that the stylish, polished picture frame in which we live is riddled with holes, in which worms live." —James Sallis, author of Drive
Hugo Berenson has spent a lifetime hunting down ex-Nazis and bringing them to justice. Now in his 60s, with a legendary career behind him, he’s gone to ground in Jersey City, living a quiet and anonymous life. Just another old man on a park bench.
When a nine-year-old girl goes missing, and when the authorities barely raise a finger to find her, the panic-stricken mother seeks out Hugo Berenson. A hunter renowned for tracking his prey. For never giving up.
Helping Rosa find her child didn’t make sense. I was done. Slow. Old. Only minimally interested in my fellow man. The thing is, I’d spent a lifetime hunting men to bring them to justice. It was a hunt of retribution. Many years of it. I’d never hunted someone to save them.
Evil flows – from Dachau to the alleys of Jersey City. One man will stem the tide. Gray Hunter.