Oliver Vice, forty-one, prominent philosopher, scholar, and art collector, is missing and presumed dead, over the side of Queen Mary 2. Troubled by his friend's possible suicide, the unnamed narrator launches an all-consuming investigation into Vice's life story. Fascination turns to obsession as he peels back the layers of the Vice family's rich and bizarre history.
"[Douglas] deftly weaves the ongoing battle of Demjanjuk’s with the evidentiary trail being followed by the sleuths in the US Justice Department and elsewhere….The Right Wrong Man is an important read about the accountability those who do wrong ultimately face."
— San Francisco Book Review