In All Other Nights, Dara Horn asks the traditional Passover question “How is tonight different from all other nights?” Jacob Rappaport, the son of a wealthy Jewish businessmann leaves home to avoid a marriage arranged by his father in a business deal. He rushes off to join the Union army in the Civil War, quickly coming to the attention of officers that see his potential as a spy. His assignments, including murdering his uncle and marrying a Confederate spy, change his life and his world view irrevocably. His assignment, however, may turn out to be his redemption. This is a beautiful story about the moral ambiguity of wartime and the conflicts between loyalty and love.