War rages through Europe, and the American government sends Ambrose Lincoln to places where others fear to go. But Lincoln has an advantage. His mind has been erased by mind control treatment, by LSD, by electrical shocks that re-map his brain after every assignment. He’s a man with no memory. He no longer fears death. He wonders if he’s already died and living in the pits of purgatory. Lincoln is America’s eyes, and he alone must uncover the secrets of enemy nations and rogue agents. The fate of his country depends on him. He’s a man who doesn’t exist thrown into a world that’s trying to kill him.
In Secrets of the Dead, Lincoln is dispatched to Baden-Baden to find rolls of film that reveal to the world the threat that a world faces if Hitler's march isn't stopped. In Conspiracy of Lies, he’s assigned to discover and silence the spies who are stealing plans for the atomic bomb and selling them to Russia and Germany. In Night Side of Dark, he searches for an ancient religious painting, missing for centuries. It’s a mythological tear in time, and it offers the German hierarchy a final, miraculous chance to escape a war they know they can’t win. He must find it before they do.