The Saint of Wolves and Butchers
Rudolph Bormann is a man on the run from his murderous past. The ratlines that have aided in previous Nazi flights aid Bormann in getting to the US. He meets up with a brother in arms and settles down in Nebraska to assume the life of a farmer. We fast forward to the present day, where State Trooper Skottie Foster has encountered a mysterious stranger travelling with hunting equipment and a large dog. The stranger is Dr. Travis Roan, and he is seeking a compatriot who went missing while searching for a reputed war criminal who has been reportedly living in a small town. Foster is skeptical of Roan’s true motivation but lets him go. Roan soon arrives at his destination but meets resistance from local law enforcement. Foster soon follows up with Roan and reluctantly joins his investigation. The questions mount as a couple of suspicious deaths arise in town and the danger amps up. Does this have anything to do with Bormann? Is he even alive? Only time will tell.
The Saints of Wolves and Butchers is a fast-paced, clever pot-boiler of a mystery. The book is a hybrid whodunit and historical fiction that will leave the reader more than satisfied. Top notch writing!
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|Page Count||400 pages|
|Publisher||G.P. Putnam's Sons|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|