Unnoticed by him, a couple of security guards many meters behind him entered the roof of the bank building. With caution, they moved closer. With an almost otherworldly sense of triumph, he looked down the traffic at Weena and bellowed, "Here are the scum of our country! Scammers, hyenas and plunderers! Hell and damnation for those rats!" As he stood at the edge of the roof, frantically screaming, one would think that he was heavily intoxicated but he wasn't. It was his emotions that left him wobbling from one leg to the other. He lost his balance mentally, as well as physically. This is a crime novel of father and daughter Romer unmasking the giants of the financial world. Herman Romer (Anna Blaman Price Laurenspenning 1971 and 2004) wrote historical non-fiction and novels, stories and poems. A significant number of books and stories by him are set against the backdrop of World War II. For more information see www.hermanromer.nl. Martine Romer debuts as a co-author on this crime novel. She is an independent coach and trainer specializing in creative projects with the elderly. See also www.martineromer.nl.