In a German concentration camp, nine-year-old David Walberg witnessed the brutal torture of his father by a sadistic, evil prison guard who then went on to savagely and slowly, methodically rape and murder his mother. Thirty-eight years later, David, now a prominent psychiatrist, inexplicably ran into the murderer whom he thought was dead. How could this be? All the buried anger, rage and hate surfaced. At once, he knew what he must do-take matters into his own hands and make sure that justice prevailed. David intended to kill him. But can he actually go through with it? The inner warfare has begun.