Ben Webster appears to have it all - health, wealth, a beautiful wife and a thriving business. In reality, his wife is unfaithful and predators are circling the profitable firm that he heads. And then his beloved grandmother tells him that the family business has been built on the theft of the birthright of three children orphaned during the war. "Find them," she says. "I can't die with what your grandfather did on my conscience." But where does he begin? As Ben delves into the past he finds relief from his own troubles and the thrill of an affair is a welcome distraction. Sooner or later, however, he must deal with the present and redress the wrongs of the past.