It is 2025. Investigative journalist Stephen “Seek” Solomon has been released from prison on charges of wiretapping and email-hacking, in a scandal which has made international headlines and estranged him from family and coworkers.
Desperate to redeem himself, the descendant of two Holocaust survivors acts on a tip pinpointing a small island off the coast of southern Argentina – San Magnus Island – as the final refuge for a group of Nazi fugitives who fled during the Second World War. In his quest for redemption, plunder and justice, Solomon uncovers the impossible, ruins of an abandoned villa resort and the aftermath of horrific genetic experimentation. Amidst the ocean of questions surrounding it, one emerges; what is the real treasure of San Magnus Island?
N. B. Goldzer is a third generation American, grandson of two Holocaust survivors, and avid free-time historian. He hails from the tri-state area, having roamed around New Jersey, New York and Connecticut for the better part of a decade. He holds a B.A in Creative Writing from Montclair State University in Montclair, NJ, where he focused on fiction and screenwriting.
Seek is his first completed novel and the beginning of a planned trilogy (sequels entitled Reign and Ruin) surrounding protagonist Stephen Solomon and the secrets he unearths in the depths of San Magnus island.