Monday, July 03, 2006

Wolf Pass - A book review -

Wolf Pass
By Steve Thayer

It’s 1962 and a Wisconsin railroad engineer is shot dead by a sniper’s rifle from over 600 yards away. Only one man in Kickapoo County could have made that shot and it’s Deputy Sheriff P.A. Pennington, a former military sniper from World War Two.

Flash back to World War Two – Pennington is sent on a suicide mission to the Bavarian Alps to stop vital train shipments of Nazi gold and other precious cargo.

This is a good fast read for summertime enjoyment. The book also involves some JFK hints of assassination and a somewhat good plot of revenge. If you’re a writer, try not to pick this book apart.

My Personal Book Rating
3 out of 5 Stars

1 = Poor, Don’t recommend
2 = Fair, Would recommend to some people
3 = Good, Would recommend to any reader
4 = Excellent
5 = It doesn’t get any better than this