Lone Wolf

Lone Wolf


Noah Wolf is one of the world's most deadly assassins, completely devoid of emotion and conscience. These factors, which others would consider to be handicaps, allow him to evaluate situation instantly, and from a purely logical standpoint. His decisions and actions are never tainted by emotion or feelings, which frees him from any risk of fear or guilt.

When Team Camelot is handed an unusual mission to rescue the abducted daughter of a foreign president, Noah and the rest go into it with confidence, and are quickly successful. Back home, they are ready to celebrate, but something doesn't feel right. The mission was too easy, and there are indicators that someone may have discovered who they are and tracked them back to Neverland. Noah's house is entered while the team is away, and he is unable to shake the feeling that the mission was nothing but a ruse to expose E & E.

It doesn't take long for him to decide that they must return to the field, their new mission to track down a Russian counterpart of their own Allison Peterson. Nicolaich Andropov has marked Noah for termination, so Noah decides to use himself as bait to draw the man into a trap. Unfortunately, Andropov is known as a ghost, a man whose appearance is unknown, able to move in absolute secrecy and remain several steps ahead of any who pursue him. When Noah fails to recognize this fact, Sarah becomes a hostage and pawn in a battle to the death.

There's only one tiny chance to save her, but it will mean Noah must go unarmed and alone to meet his nemesis. The game is on, with his own life and Sarah's as the prize.

Title:Lone Wolf
Edition Language:English
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    Lone Wolf Reviews

  • Kevin

    3.5* due to the narrator.I wouldn't have been willing to give this more than 2.5* except for the narrator bringing the story to life.It is absolutely necessary to say the plot is weak to average, char...

  • Nina

    As the enemy, supported by his state services, is a true professional, this time the fight is close to equal, and the new Camelot's mission might be a failure. Consequently, the action is less predict...

  • Pep

    I like it. It is a little tooo neat but a decent read.I do like this series. My only issues is that everything is really easy. Within a night..tensions are resolved and the main character, who's claim...

  • Hope Glidden

    I read this book immediately following Book #1, in the hopes that the series would improve. Unfortunately, that is not the case. The characters are likeable, but seriously underdeveloped. The plot was...

  • Randy Ramsey

    Misses the markWhile I found the story to be rather interesting, there was a lack of depth of details with the main storyline. There was a lot of details that had nothing to do with the main storyline...

  • Ladyreadalot

    Cliche after cliche, many grammatical errors, simplistic dialogue, and lack of descriptive settings (with the exception of detailed descriptions of breakfast, lunch, and dinner), made this book hard ...

  • Mark Goletto

    Sort of entertaining I like the series so far, but a few things kinda bugged me. First off, I don’t think there is anyway that the government would let even a top secret agency ( E &E is kinda corny...

  • Tiffany

    I'd say 30% better than the first one, but still needs A LOT more action. Less lovey dovey faux emotional crap with Sarah and more in the field, fighting/martial arts, gun play, investigating, hacking...

  • Yaz

    Step up from the first book which was more of an introduction to characters. This one manages to focus more on a mission arc throughout and gets right into it. It's an easy and enjoyable read. Nothing...

  • Steve

    Darn! Another Book Written as a Prelude to a Future OneTHAT is my most severe problem about Book #2; the author should simply finish the story that he’s writing, and NOT dangle future sequels as ano...