JUSTICE, NOT VENGEANCE
by Simon Wiesenthal
372 pages; $22.50
When Simon Wiesenthal wrote his memoirs more than 20 years ago, with considerable help from Joseph Wechsberg of the New Yorker, he had a highly dramatic story to tell: how he had emerged from an Austrian concentration camp in 1945 and devoted the rest of his life to catching Nazi criminals; how he had helped to hunt down some, like Adolf Eichmann; and how others still remained, as he titled his book, The Murderers Among Us.
At 80, Wiesenthal decided to tell his story all over again. Though presented as...