At three in the morning, Kim Biermann is called to Grandpa Ivan’s deathbed. He tells her about his life in New Zealand since his arrival as a German pilot who flies in from a German raider in the last days of World War Two. He tells of mysterious containers being unloaded in a sound in Fiordland before his ship was sunk. His secrets, though, are not completely revealed and could be in his floatplane somewhere in the Tararua Ranges, north of Wellington or even buried in back in Fiordland.
Even after sixty-four years, danger still lurks for Kim as terrorists are also interested in finding Ivan’s secrets and will stop at nothing to obtain them.