Not everyone in 1930s Germany toed the Nazi line. For some, like Rolf Schmidt, the dogma and philosophy of the cataclysmic changes taking place caused only revulsion. After the fall of France he is stationed in Paris, a world of resistance, betrayal and oppression and he has choices to make, men to kill and a woman to win.
THE EVIL THAT MEN DO is Fredrik Nath's latest World War II blockbuster. Combining his trademark themes of love, betrayal, Nazi atrocities, suspense and an ending that will catch you off guard, this bleak-to-lavish war romance is a truly compelling tale of bravery in the face of evil.