Financial advisor Tony Clark never knows who’s going to walk into his Southwest Florida office. It’s usually older folks with the balance of their lives behind them and an investment portfolio in dire need of attention. Finances are personal, and Clark often endures lengthy descriptions of ailments, family problems, and bitter life stories as part of the job. Then Donald O’Brien walks into his office, gradually opens up about his story and pulls the young advisor into another world. Yes, he’s an honorable World War II veteran, and Clark loves hearing those stories and helping heroes in their closing years, but O’Brien was something more. After heroically flying night missions and battling the Nazis, he came home to begin a more startling occupation: master jewel thief. The doddering old man revealed a remarkable transition from ace pilot to the top of the FBI’s most wanted jewel thieves list. Little did Clark realize he’d soon have to make his own transition as he’s inextricably woven into the dangerous world of accomplices, treasure, violence, and regret.