This book actually really changed my thinking about the nature of evil. A Hollywood actor finds himself living transported into Nazi Germany, where he's a black marketeer. He alternates between that life and his current one, where he's filming a new movie, and realizes the black marketeer has been living his life when he's in the past. By contrasting two morally bankrupt societies, (the Nazis and the Hollywood film industry), Kotzwinkly brilliantly drives home the motivating factors of greed and power which dehumanize those who fall prey to them. And in contrast to the the preceeding sentence, which sounds like some crummy English paper reject, this book is suspenseful, moving, and funny. A brilliant book that I'm still waiting for someone to make into a great movie.