In German occupied Paris, architect Lucien Bernard is offered a project. A paying commission he desperately needs is the prize for the hiding hole. The project could get him killed and probably his wife too if he is discovered. He is to design a hiding place for a wealthy Jewish man that is so undetectable even the most able of Germans and Gestapo cannot find it. He finds he takes pleasure in outwitting the Nazi. When a hiding place fails miserably, Lucien takes it personally. He realizes just what is at stake.Paris Architect / Charles Belfoure 367 p.