Hunting the Wolfpack
In 1959, Mark Shelden is critically injured in a car bombing. Later that same year, a former colleague, contacts him, seeking his help to track down high ranking Nazi war criminals.
Mark’s arrival in South America triggers a kidnapping, a murder, and another attempt on his life.
In Argentina, he discovers that Martin Bormann, Adolph Eichmann, and Josef Mengele are being protected by Peron. More
In the fall of 1959, Mark Shelden’s wife of seven months dies in a car bombing that is meant for him. He is critically injured, depressed, and resigns from the CIA.
Alfredo Fernandes, a former colleague, shows up late one night at Mark’s home, seeking his help to track down former high ranking Nazi war criminals.
Mark’s arrival in Brazil triggers a kidnapping, a murder, and another attempt on his life.
After rescuing CIA operative Cristina Dantas from a secluded farm in San Vicente, Mark travels to England to meet with Malcolm Prescott, a retired British Agent, who has information on the whereabouts of Dr. Death, Josef Mengele.
Information from Prescott has Mark again packing his bags, but this time heading to Asunción, Paraguay, to search for an associate of Mengele, former SS Colonel Ludwig Daimler.
Documents from Daimler’s files lead Mark and Fernandes to the Cayman Islands, Argentina, and finally, Brazil.
While in Argentina, Mark discovers that Martin Bormann, Adolph Eichmann, and Josef Mengele are being protected by President Juan Peron.
In order to apprehend the Nazi war criminals, Foster and Fernandes concoct an intricate plan to capture them and have the thugs pay for their crimes against humanity.