REVIEW OF 'WOLF'S LAIR CONSPIRACY: BOOK ONE
By William Inman
Reviewer CHARLES RAY January 15, 2014
When FBI agent David Cortez gets a strange email from an old girlfriend, Cara Fenton, claiming that her life is in danger, leading to his acquisition of the journal of a dead Nazi scientist and a strange vial of powder, he finds himself plunged into a 70-year-old plot by the enigmatic Odessa organization for world domination that had come back to life. Cortez is puzzled by what he reads, but concludes that it is somehow related to the sniper attack on a U.S. congressman - a case he has been working on. What he finds, though, when he goes to Colombia to aid his old friend, is something much more sinister. Very quickly, Cortez finds himself in a situation that he finds at first hard to believe; until he encounters a world of werewolves and a deadly plan that soon leads to a global crisis - with him at its center.
William Inman's Wolf's Lair Conspiracy: Book One is a roller coaster of a tale that includes international intrigue spanning seven decades, and a murky world of creatures beyond his imagination. Inman will keep you on the edge of your chair as you wonder if Cortez can survive, or, will Odessa finally achieve the Nazi goal of a New World Order of racial purity, with it at the helm. Tight dialogue and non-stop action, written in such a fashion that you find yourself glancing over your shoulder at the slightest sound. It's just that real, taking from current events that are all too familiar to those who recall the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, or who are familiar with reports of Nazi experimentation. This story includes everything, from suspension of civil liberties in the wake of an international crisis to economic instability and panic. Inman might have made all this up, but the man knows what he's talking about.