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1960, New York City. College student Rita Klein is a pioneering woman in the new field of computer programming when she meets Jacob Nassy, a man from the Netherlands who is traumatized by his childhood experience of the Holocaust. 1941, The Hague. Cornelia Vogel is working at the Ministry of Information when a census of Holland's population is ordered by the Germans. When Cornelia learns the census is being used to persecute Holland's Jews, she risks everything. After Rita uncovers a connection between Cornelia Vogel and Jacob's mother, long-buried secrets come to light. Will learning the truth about the past enable Rita and Jacob to face the future together?