he Eagles family saga ponderously continues with the dizzying accomplishments of daughter Katherine. At 26, she is a mother of two, the wife of a German millionaire and a brilliant columnist for her father's newspaper, the Eagle. Even after her husband's suicide, Katherine continues her crusade of exposing evil via her timely columns. Helped by real-estate tycoon John Saxon she tracks down landlords who harass their tenants and, at great personal risk, attempts to stifle the rhetoric of the neo-Nazi British Patriotic Society. Saxon's top-level connections with both the developers and the Neo-Nazis occasionally arouse Katherine's suspicions, but since these same connections provide her with information, she casts doubts aside.