// Books from Craig MacIntosh

Wolfs Inferno 

Bonds forged in the crucible of Special Operations are unbreakable—former Navy SEAL Tom Wolf and retired Green Beret Sam McFadden are members of that brotherhood, having served together in the Philippines. Leaving America's elite military fraternity for civilian life, McFadden and his wife have put down deep roots in San Diego. Navy SEAL Tom Wolf, a modern-day rōnin grappling with a future that does not include his beloved military, joins the McFaddens for an extended stay. Turning their world upside down, a hired Manila assassin, working with a local Asian gang, has sworn to eliminate all three—ultimately binding them together as only a near death experience can. Read More

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Wolfs Vendetta 

The golden domes and glittering lights of wintertime Moscow hide a dark side—Kremlin corruption, debauched nightclubs and the Russian underworld’s hold on the capital city. Former Navy SEAL Tom Wolf, en route to Kazakhstan to witness a Soyuz launch, is given a coded ledger by a beautiful woman. Pursued by contract killers across two continents, Wolf discovers his own government’s role in putting him at risk. Read More

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McFadden's War 

When former Green Beret Sam McFadden foils a murder attempt on the beautiful daughter of a shadowy general, he and Navy SEAL Tom Wolf... are caught in a triangle of violence, love and revenge. Read More

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The Last Lightning 

Nearly seventy years after a top-secret escort mission flown by four American aces ends mysteriously, a missionary in Papua New Guinea makes a startling discovery. One of the missing planes—a P-38 Lightning belonging to the flight leader—is found deep in the jungle. Half a world away, others who learn of the surprising discovery race to unlock the past. Greed, betrayal, and brutality descend on an isolated valley where tribal life, unchanged for a century, is about to be visited by a whirlwind of violence. Read More

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The Fortunate Orphans 

On December 16, 1944 more than 200,000 German soldiers in five armored divisions and twelve infantry divisions smashed into American lines in the Ardennes. A majority of the nearly 90,000 U.S. casualties occurred in the first three days of battle as the Germans poured through the shattered defenses. What became known as the Battle of the Bulge was the single bloodiest combat the American Army fought during WWII. Read More

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