Tod and Buz have gotten new jobs working as roustabouts for an off-shore oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico. One of their fellow new recruits whom they are assigned quarters with is Bartlett, an elderly and scholarly-looking man. Bartlett immediately draws interest from the other men not only for his inordinate interest in his fellow workers, but because of his inexperience and obvious unsuitability for such work. In reality, Bartlett is not what he appears to be, and is secretly working for an organized agency on a dangerous mission that has meant death for others. ..Read the full recap
Nazi hunter Bartlett on the horrors of World War II and the Holocaust.
Bartlett: Tod, I hope your life is long and that you never know the blistering forces which sear and destroy, turn men into enemies and sweep past the last frontiers of compassion . . . once you’ve seen that dark, unceasing tide of the faces of the victims, the last spark of dignity so obliterated that not one face is lifted to heaven, not one voice is raised in protest even as they died . . .