"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for
good men to do nothing."
Konovitz, a Jewish forensic pathologist, collaborates with Dr.
Josef Mengele in a bid to save his family from the ovens at
Auschwitz-Birkenau. He survives the Holocaust and emigrates to
the US under an assumed name. As Chaim Potofsky, the former
physician labors at menial jobs and writes a play, Gateway to
Hell, revolving around the medical atrocities that took
place within the death camps. The play threatens to expose
Potofsky’s own involvement as a Nazi collaborator.
an historical novel about horrific cruelty perpetrated against
humanity under the guise of pseudo-science. But most of all,
this book is about second chances and coming to terms with an