"And don't forget our murderers!" These words from a Jewish woman about to be killed by Nazi soldiers were a battle cry to Simon Wiesenthal. After his miraculous survival of the death camps, he dedicated his life to tracking down war criminals. At times his ego and love of publicity undermined him; other times it was these traits plus his singleminded determination that resulted in successful findings and prosecutions. Altman does not use a dry textbook style but writes almost in novel form with chapters subdivided by catchy headings. There are boxed features on some of the more notorious, along with victims and others, black and white photographs, notes, bibliography, and index.